Ohio police offered to drive grieving man 100 miles to be with family after sister's death

An Ohio police officer is being praised for a kind gesture that went beyond the call of duty.

Sgt. David Robison of the Ohio State Highway Patrol was working early Sunday when he pulled over a speeding vehicle on its way from Indiana to Detroit.

Inside the car was Mark Ross, who had just learned that his 15-year-old sister had been killed in a car accident. The driver, an aquaintance of Ross, had a suspended license. And Ross had an outstanding petty warrant in Wayne County, Mich.

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