NEW PORT RICHEY (CBSMiami/AP) — A group of convicts sprung into action and helped break into a car, something they will most certainly not be getting into any trouble for doing.READ MORE: 'That's Not Going To Happen Here': Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Controversial Protest Crackdown Bill Into Law
Some work-release inmates made a Valentine’s Day rescue when a Florida couple accidentally locked their baby inside their SUV.
Pasco County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Kevin Doll told WFLA-TV the parents could not afford a locksmith, and the father intended to break a window.
That’s when a crew of trusties working nearby in their black-and-white striped uniforms offered to help.READ MORE: Feds Investigating Florida School District's Policing Plan For Sharing Private Student Information
They helped pry open the front door just enough for one inmate to use a coat hanger to push a button that unlocked the SUV.
The baby’s mother, Shadow Lantry, told WPEC-TV the infant was “just sitting there happy” throughout Thursday’s ordeal.
Sheriff Chris Nocco told WZVN-TV the trusties “want to do the right thing in life.”MORE NEWS: Vaping Regulation Bill Headed To Florida House Floor
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