Always Be Aware of Your Surroundings

Friends, this was posted on FaceBook in a┬álocal TN swap group yesterday…..

“Please Read! Can’t believe this happened in Millington!! “I just want to share my experience with everyone what happened to me tonight so that you all can be aware of what is going on around here. Tonight I went to Walmart in millington. My husband was following me in a different vehicle . When I parked I got out of the Car and noticed a man in a white car parked in front of me staring at me , I met up with my husband and we went inside. (he was parked somewhere else so I was alone when I go out) we were in there shopping for about 30 to 40 minutes. When I came back out I walked to my car alone and the guy was still sitting in his car staring at me, it gave me a creepy vibe so I got in my car and drove off. This guy followed me. And didn’t know my husband was also following me home . When I got to the stop sign at Shelby road, I noticed that my tire was flat so I pulled over. The car started to pull up behind me until my husband pulled in, the car drove off fast into the forest. . We looked at my tire and found a stab mark in the side wall. My guess is that this guy was going to kidnap me. If it weren’t for my husband pulling up there’s no telling what would have happened. Everywhere you go be aware of your surroundings. And don’t go in parking lots alone.. Especially at night. I can’t believe this is going on right in my home town.”

The authorities were contacted. I do not know what they did about it, if anything. Just felt like I should give people a heads up though. We very rarely go to that Walmart, but I know a lot of people that do. Please be careful not only there, but anywhere when you are out and about.

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