Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Deputy Donates Bike To Woman Who Walked 12 Miles To And From Work.

It Followed Her

It Followed Her

She noticed the car through her peripheral vision and walked faster. Meanwhile, the vehicle was driving slowly towards the curb. As it approached, she kept her head down and kept on walking. But the car got closer and closer. Please... not today, she thought to herself. Then she heard the driver honking his horn. She took a quick glance and noticed the blue and red lights. It was a cop car.

Down On Her Luck

Down On Her Luck

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She simply couldn’t believe her luck. What could they want? Why would the cops be after her? As far as she knew, she hadn’t broken any laws. She made sure to treat everyone fairly. She waved at the neighbors every morning before heading out. She never lost her temper on anyone, not even at work. So why did this have to happen to her now?

Unfinished Business

Unfinished Business

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Sgt. Scott Bass from the Nash County Sheriff’s Office noticed a familiar figure on the road ahead as he drove along in his cruiser. He was near the Stone Gate Mobile Home Community, and hoped he might see her. He had some unfinished business with her, and there was no way he was going to be denied the opportunity.

It Rained All Day

It Rained All Day

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Jaylesya Corbett was heading to Bojangles in the middle of a rainstorm. To make things worse, her umbrella was taken out of her hand by a strong gust of wind as she tried opening it. She still had a long walk ahead of her. But she continued carrying on through the street and was always mindful of the pools of water near her feet. It was a bad day and she wasn’t in the mood to run into a cop today.

Rainy Weather

Rainy Weather

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It was going to be a long day, and Mother Nature was clearly not making it any easier for her. The rain was getting way too intense. Was she walking in the middle of a category 5 hurricane? It sure felt like it. Being out and about on a sunny day can be a pain, but it’s ten times worse in the rain. And dealing with a cop was the last thing she wanted to do today.

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