Bank Tells Elderly Man He Has To Leave, Cop Brings Him Back To Get The Job Done
October 9, 2017
An officer at the Montebello Police Department is being praised for his compassion after he responded to an incident at a local bank.
Officer Robert Josett was dispatched to respond to a disturbance at a local Bank of America. Apparently, there was an elderly gentleman who was upset and causing a scene.
The 92-year-old man was trying to withdraw money but his ID had expired and the bank was unable to process his request. The man became increasingly upset that no one could help him.
When Officer Josett arrived on the scene, he didn't force him the man to leave. Instead, he politely asked the gentleman to accompany him to the Department of Motor VehiclMV so that he could get a new identification card.
After taking the man to get a new ID, Officer Josett drove him back to Bank of America before it closed so he could withdraw his money.
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