Man is heartwarmingly surprised by Pennsylvania cop

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The police force is surrounded by a lot of stigma due to recent negative media coverage, but this recent story showed cops in a new light.

Kevin Davis was driving with his 9-year-old daughter in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, when his car broke down in the middle of the street.

While people drove by beeping, Davis began to feel hopeless. An officer pulled up to Davis' car with his lights flashing.

"I already was not in a good place and now I see this police officer walking up to my car. My first thoughts were negative," Davis said. He continued to say, "I'm sure you've heard all the news reports involving black men and white police officers. Although I didn't have any justification for these feelings towards this police officer, I did and I expected a negative outcome or experience."

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He was quickly proven wrong when the policeman smiled at him and assisted him. After almost an hour of chatting, Davis and the officer decided to have the car towed.
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