- A woman desperate to get her 1-year-old out of a locked vehicle on Valentine's Day got some help from an unexpected source.
A small crowd had gathered around the dark blue SUV after noticing the Lantrys' predicament, drawing the attention of deputies supervising the inmates as they repaired medians outside the West Pasco Judicial Center.
According to Lantry, the girl's father accidentally locked the keys inside the SUV after securing his daughter in her child seat.
The baby's father was just about to try to break his car's window when a nearby Paso County Sheriff's Office Inmate supervisor said he might be able to help.
The little girl was calmly sitting in her auto seat in the back of the SUV, but Lantry and his partner Shadow were immediately concerned as to how they were going to free their little girl.
The mother of the child, Ms Shadow Lantry, recorded the rescue operation and posted it on Facebook. When he shut the back door, he realized the entire vehicle was locked with the keys, and the girl, still inside.
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"It's not amusing about the baby, but everything else is hilarious", Lantry can be heard saying while the crowd of people gather around the SUV to help unlock the door.
Video capturing the resulting ordeal shows several inmates wearing striped uniforms using a wire coat hanger to unlock the door as Dallas calmly watches from inside while sucking on a pacifier.
Lantry, reached by HuffPost on Sunday, credited local sheriff's deputies with calling the inmates over to lend a hand within a few minutes.
For once, police were thankful a group of criminals broke into a vehicle. "I respect all y'all", the woman says in the video.
Sheriff Chris Nocco told WZVN-TV the trustees wanted "to do the right thing".