Jump to content

Maryland officer who helped deliver teen 18 years ago surprises him at high school graduation - General Hangout & Discussions - InviteHawk - Your Only Source for Free Torrent Invites

Buy, Sell, Trade or Find Free Torrent Invites for Private Torrent Trackers Such As redacted, blutopia, losslessclub, femdomcult, filelist, Chdbits, Uhdbits, empornium, iptorrents, hdbits, gazellegames, animebytes, privatehd, myspleen, torrentleech, morethantv, bibliotik, alpharatio, blady, passthepopcorn, brokenstones, pornbay, cgpeers, cinemageddon, broadcasthenet, learnbits, torrentseeds, beyondhd, cinemaz, u2.dmhy, Karagarga, PTerclub, Nyaa.si, Polishtracker etc.

Maryland officer who helped deliver teen 18 years ago surprises him at high school graduation

Recommended Posts

Eighteen years after Thomas Robert Duboyce’s birth on the side of a highway in Maryland, the Montgomery County police officer who helped deliver him is still by his side.

Robert Hunt was there for another big moment in the teen’s life Friday when he graduated from Oakdale High School.

“Before the ceremony, they had us all gather in the gymnasium at Mount St. Mary's and one of my teachers came up to me and said someone who hasn't seen you in 18 years is here and he says he wants to see you,” Duboyce told Fox 5 DC. “I had no idea he was going to be there. But as soon as I walked out and saw him, I recognized him from pictures and everything. So it was a nice surprise seeing him there.”

Hunt, a 24-year veteran officer, said the day he helped deliver Duboyce was “probably the best thing that has happened to me in my career.”

On Nov. 13, 1999, Hunt was completing a traffic stop on Interstate 270 around 1:30 a.m. when a van pulled over.

“The husband, Joe, he gets out and he [says] my wife is in labor and I don't know what to do and kind of frantic,” Hunt told Fox 5 DC. “I grabbed a pair of gloves and I went around and she was in labor.”

The baby was born with the umbilicial cord wrapped around his neck, but the mother, Melissa Deboyce, said Hunt helped deliver the baby “really smoothly.” She went on to give the child the middle name Robert as a tribute to the officer.

“He did everything and the next thing I knew, we were on our way to the hospital and he was doing great,” she said.

Melissa Duboyce told the station that the family and Hunt had kept in touch through Christmas cards, but him showing up Friday was special.

“My husband passed away in August and it has been a really hard year and this was a really nice surprise,” she said. “So this is really a blessing and I am thankful for [Hunt] and his wife.”

Link to comment
Share on other sites

This topic is now closed to further replies.
  • Customer Reviews

  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.