(funky music) Dares Sanigara. Good morning, Your Honor. Good morning, Dares. Good morning. Who is this, your lawyer? No, I’m just a son-in-law just helping. Son-in-law? Inspector Quinn, this guy’s try to butter up his mother-in-law. Well, it’s close to Christmas. I really hope mine isn’t watching. (laughter) I don’t know how I’m going to have to match up to this one now. I mean, he’s really getting some in-law points right now. Yeah. Would you go to court for your mother-in-law, Inspector Quinn? I didn’t have to, but I’m sure after this episode, somehow she’ll do something to make me represent her. What is your name, sir? Antonio, sir. Antonio? Yes. What do you friends call you, Tony? Yes. Tony, Anthony what do they call you? Tony. Tony. Yes. Okay, Dares you have a school zone violation on Reservoir Avenue. Do you remember this? Did you see the flashing light go off when you went by? No, it did not. So you’re driving with poor eyesight too, huh? No, they said it was the school. I don’t even, what school? Reservoir Avenue School. Oh, Reservoir Avenue School. The one way out on naming the schools back then. What school on Reservoir Avenue? Inspector Quinn’s gonna tell you. It’s Reservoir Avenue School. The elementary. And where it’s at? It’s on Reservoir Avenue. (laughing) Is it traveling, so train? It’s in Providence. I believe I was taking my great granddaughter to an event. (laughing) How many great grandchildren do you have? Great? I have two. Two. And how many grandchildren? How many does she have? Four. No, five, I’m sorry. Five. Oh. Five. You still taking a year off? I’m married 60 years. I’m 77, and I did real estate for many years. I met a lot of wonderful people. Yeah. A lot of wonderful. I have a great family. You have a what? A great family. Oh, you have a wonderful family. I do. Yeah. How many children do you have? Three. She lost one son. Yeah. I have a daughter 16 years old. She adopted. Yep. And we love her to death. She’s beautiful. She’s 16? Yeah. She adopted someone. Prom is tonight. And they were an infant, she thought it was one of the grandchildren’s babies, and she found out two years later through DNA that it wasn’t, and she said, “I cannot give this child up,” and she kept the child, and she adopted it, and she’s been with her ever since. And she’s not with all of us. She was born Christmas Day. My son was born Christmas Eve, but he’s with God now, anyway. So she’s beautiful. What is your daughter’s name? Carissa. Teresa? Carissa. Carissa. Carissa. And she’s 16 now? Yeah. She was born on Christmas Day. And my son was born on Christmas Eve. I said to my husband, “Merry Christmas. “Who could give you a better gift than a son?” ‘Cause I had. He’s married to one of my daughters, and then I have another daughter. How was he treating your daughter? They have a wonderful life, great house, they’re wonderful. No one could ask for better, truly. I truly mean it. That’s coming from the mother-in-law. Married 60 years, I know when there’s good marriage. So you’re happy with him? I love him, yes, very much. He’s wonderful. If my mother-in-law wasn’t so nice, he’d be the competition right now. They worked them for you. See what it does for him. (laughing) There it is. That’s the secret. You didn’t hear it, but she just wanted you to know she’s not hitting on you, she says. (laughing) No, I’m not. You look fabulous too. Oh, you’re hitting on me? No, no. You look great. All right. Dares, given the circumstances, it’s very close to 6:00 at night. It was one mile over what we’d been prosecuting. Given all of those circumstances, and you have an overnight parking ticket as well, on Rose Avenue. What are you, you were staying at an all night hotel up there? What are you doing? No, no. What year was that? 2013. It was six years ago. And Rita was alive? Six years ago. I was helping my sister as a realtor for many years. I helped her and my pop down at Wallace. She had rent trouble for years. You musta seen it. Eight, nine years. Good luck to you. Good luck to you and your family, and your wonderful 16 year old daughter. And all the work that you do. Good luck to you. Case is dismissed. Well, thank you so much. Thank you, Your Honor. Thank you so much. Have a great Christmas. Thank you. Come on, how cool was that? If you’d like to see more cases like this one, tune into Caught in Providence every weekday. Excuse me? You didn’t know Caught in Providence is also a TV show? Oh, wow, your life just got substantially better. To find out what channel we’re on, go to caughtinprovidence.com, click on your local listings, scroll down ’til you find your hometown, then start doing your happy dance. That’s it, move it, move it, nice. All rise and hit subscribe, so you don’t miss the latest viral moments like this one. Share these videos and weigh in on the cases. You be the judge. Subscribe now.