They started talking and Bailly said he was a retired Piscataway police officer. The two reunited when Patterson stopped Matthew Bailly for a minor motor vehicle violation.
He even described the house and said the baby's name was Michael. He helped her deliver Michael Patterson. And then he said I had to deliver a baby when I was young on the job on that street in Piscataway.
Police said Bailly wasn't ticketed.
A Facebook post about the chance meeting has amassed nearly 9,000 shares but the main question on people's minds was - did Mr Patterson issue Mr Bailly a ticket?
Trooper Michael Patterson (left) standing with retired police officer Matthew Baily (right) at a reunion following the traffic stop.
Bailly was pulled over for tinted windows, according to CNN.
"We're not sure what the odds are of this happening-maybe they're close to the odds of a hole-in-one, winning the lottery, or being struck by lightning-but it happened", New Jersey State Police wrote on Facebook.
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During their conversation, Bailly told Patterson that he was a retired Piscataway police officer. The two began reminiscing about the town, and Patterson mentioned that he used to live on a street called Poe Place. Now here's where things get interesting...
Interest piqued, Bailly asked the trooper where he grew up.
Whatever the odds were, it happened.
As Bailly described the delivery on Poe Place from 27 years ago, the details all clicked for Patterson.
On Oct. 5, 1991, the trooper's mother had been out shopping when she went into labor. She rushed home and Bailly arrived to help. Patterson's father, Bobby, had to help carry his mother inside and called a doctor. Bailly responded - and the doctor talked him through the birth of the would-be trooper.
"Needless to say, Trooper Patterson, Matthew Bailly, and both of their families were ecstatic about the reunion", the post said.
The trooper and his mom later met Bailly and his wife.