A routine traffic stop turned into a life changing experience for an Atlanta woman. When an officer stopped Ebony Rhodes he discovered her license and registration were expired and she had no insurance. The car was impounded and Ebony was arrested. One of the officers noticed there were bags of clothing in the backseat. It turned out she was living in the car with four children for nearly six months. Rhodes was working two jobs, but she had to miss work because of a chronic blood disorder. Deputy Police Chief Jeff Glazier, a native of Irondequoit, stepped in to help. He called a shelter and started a gofundme. Then, Glazier helped them find an apartment.