A police officer made a very nice gesture that touched everyone’s hearts when an elderly man was expelled from The Bank Of America.
Robert Josett received a call informing him of a 92-year-old who was harassing others. He was trying to withdraw money from his account but could not because his ID had expired.
The old man got upset and bank managers called the police to take action. It was Officer Robert Josett who answered the call.
As the husband did not have an identification device with him the bank could not take any action. But he did not understand why they were not helping him so he got angry and created a situation.
Not wanting the elderly gentleman to leave the place without his money, Officer Josett offered him a lift to the DMV where he got a new ID. After that, he took the man back to the Bank of America so that he could proceed with the withdrawal.
This action of his did not go unnoticed. The whole story went to the Montebello police department, which shared it on Facebook.
“This Officer is a Saint!” commented one person on the police department’s Facebook post. “All this Little Grampa wants is to keep his independence. And the officer helped him in a dignified manner. Good Job Officer! ”
“Heart touching and I love that the officer was able to get him in and out of the DMV so quickly!” joked another. “That alone is medal-worthy!”
“This is beautiful,” someone else wrote. “We need more stories like this to show the people that not all police officers are bad and that they go above and beyond their regular duties to help everyone.”
“We often hear only bad news of officers, we can not judge everyone the same,” agreed another. Officer Robert Josett thank you so much for helping this elderly man, it could have been my father or grandfather. God Bless you and .and thank you for your service. ”
Every one of us who has an elderly person at home finds himself in this situation. We will all go once in his age. The old man needed only patience and kindness. The people of Montebello are lucky to have such a cop.