TMSG: Police Officer Drives 3-Year-Old To School After Mom's Tire Goes Flat

 

A Facebook video posted by 30-year-old Shemecas Mabry is warming hearts across the world.

In the video, Mabry captured Officer John Rozyskie of the Waco Police Department helping her and her 3-year-old daughter after their car got a flat tire on the way to school. Mabry was at a gas station trying to put air in the busted tire when the officer spotted them.

Officer Rozyskie offered to help with the tire and realized that she had a little girl with her, so he decided to help in another way. He offered to take the 3-year-old to school so she gets to school on time. Mabry said in the video that she was riding with her daughter to make her more comfortable, but the officer already had the car seat in his car and everything.

Rozyskie wrote on Facebook to the story coming out,

“What I did for Shemecas and her daughter was my upbringing and my profession. We help people in my business. I was called out to her location, saw her and helped her. That's what we do. Honestly, and I can speak for a lot of great people I work with in patrol, we have paid for gas, food, groceries, cab, bus tickets and several other items because we saw families in need. People don't see it, but we do things like this. There are bad times too. Everyone has seen those videos. I have been in those situations and, for lack of a better term, those times suck. But, for a short time, it's nice to get recognized. I did what was right. Shemecas and her daughter made it to school which was great. Bottom line, we don't do it for fame or money. It's like being a priest..... it's a calling!!!”

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