Trooper pulls over officer who helped deliver him as a baby

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The two men talked some more and figured out that it was Bailly who brought the future-trooper into the world 27 years ago.

When trooper Michael Patterson pulled over retired police officer Matthew Bailly for a minor motor vehicle violation, neither man was expecting the near-miracle that followed, as the New Jersey State Police shared on their official Facebook page yesterday.

According to KYW-TV, the stop occurred on Friday in Kingwood Township, New Jersey. Patterson - a Piscataway native - told Bailly that he is from the same town.

Patterson told Bailly that he grew up in a house on Poe Place. He also remembered the description of the home where the baby was born, and also that the baby's name was Michael. Patterson's mom had gone into labor when she was out shopping.

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After that revelation about their connection, Patterson delivered Bailly a first-class handshake instead of a summons.

On Friday, he was on patrol in Kingwood when he stopped a auto for a tinted window violation. New Jersey State Police Department confirmed to Newsweek that Bailly had been pulled over because of his vehicle's tinted windows but was not issued a ticket. Perhaps they're close to the odds of a hole-in-one.

The retired officer told Patterson he knew the street because 27 years ago he helped deliver a baby on that street. Now here's where things get interesting...

As they continued to chat, Baily asked the trooper where he used to live. He even described the style and color of the house, and that the baby's name was Michael.

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Mr Patterson then replied, "My name is Michael Patterson, sir".

Whatever the odds were, it happened. Well, it happened to a trooper a few days ago.

Mr Bailly, who had been on the job for four years, was the first to respond to the incident. On Oct. 5, 1991, the doctor on the phone guided Bailly through the birth of the Pattersons' baby boy, Michael.

After the traffic stop - from which Mr. Bailly only received a warning- Trooper Patterson and his mother visited Mr. Bailly's home to capture the moment.

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