For the second time this month, a good Samaritan stopped to help a law enforcement officer who needed assistance on I-75. This week, a Florida Highway Patrol trooper pulled over a speeding car. Soon after, the men became hostile and resisted arrest. The trooper was outnumbered - until a passing retired police officer stopped to help. Jeffery Duclos, a veteran and former Rhode Island police officer, said when he saw the trooper wrestling a man on the ground - alone - his training and 30 years of law enforcement work kicked in. "I saw the trooper on the ground in a confrontation with the person," Duclos said. He didn't hesitate to stop his car on busy I-75 in Collier County. "I think more people ought to be prepared to help," he said. The trooper had pulled over Richard Lazo Torres and Isaac Ruiz Wilson because Lazo Torres was driving more than 100 mph. The trooper said when they got to the side of the road, Lazo Torres switched places with Wilson to try and hide the fact he was driving because he has a suspended license. "I think the kid saw me coming, so he basically surrendered," Duclos said. He knows it could have been worse, that the trooper may not have made it home to his family that night. "Other people are in the car. If they come out, he's got a major problem." It's the second time a passerby has helped a law enforcement officer on the interstate this month. Two weeks ago, an unidentified man shot and killed Edward Strother, who was attacking a Lee County sheriff's deputy. "This individual who had a carry permit was a true hero," Duclo said of that good Samaritan. "He got out of the car; he jeopardized his safety." The Lee County Sheriff's Office has not released that man's name because he wishes to be anonymous. Lazo Torres and Wilson were in a rental car that was overdue for return. Both were arrested for switching drivers and resisting arrest. Duclos, who used to train police officers, said the trooper he aided was a complete professional.