FAYETTEVILLE, NC (AP) — Earlier than daybreak one morning in Fayetteville, North Carolina, a Black girl in her late 60s was pulled over by a police officer. The officer stated she’d run a cease signal.
She denied the cost. She was simply making an attempt to get to her Bible research class, she advised him. He ran her license and concluded the cease with a warning. The incident disturbed her nonetheless. Whereas he didn’t ticket her, the officer questioned her purpose for being out that morning — it was too early for Bible examine teams, he stated sarcastically.