"I explained to the officer that my sister had died and that I needed to get to my mother asap. I broke down crying and he saw the sincerity in my cry."

A Facebook post from a Detroit man has gone viral, for a good reason. Mark Ross was notified at 3 AM on Sunday morning that his sister Liza had been tragically killed, so he jumped into his car and started the 100 mile drive from Ohio to Detroit to be with his family.

He admits that he was speeding, and was pulled over. He had a warrant out in Wayne County and was expecting to be arrested, but police refused to make the drive to pick him up. So the cop prayed with him and offered to take him all the way home.

Prayers for you Mark, and for your family. Thank you for sharing this.