Woman escorted outside before BP mob attack speaks - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Woman escorted outside before BP mob attack speaks

Surveillance video shows Williams escorting Fuller to her car. Surveillance video shows Williams escorting Fuller to her car.
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) -

Mary Fuller was so scared of a large group of teens gathered outside the BP on Poplar Avenue and Cleveland Street, a man inside the gas station decided to walk her out.

That man was Orrden Williams. 

"I said, 'I don't know if I ought to walk out of here or not, because they're still fighting,'" Fuller recalled. "He [Williams] said, 'It's not a problem. I'll take care of this.'"

Fuller says Williams yelled at the group of students as he walked her to her car.

"[Williams] was irate, hollering, and I guess they thought, 'I'll show him,'" she explained.

One of the students sucker punched Williams seconds after Fuller made it to her car.

Fuller says the whole experience made her uncomfortable.

"They don't care about human beings," Fuller said. "If I hadn't been in the car, they'd have soon got me."

On Monday, Memphis Police Department increased its presence at the gas station.

Click here to see still photos we've pulled from the surveillance footage. If you can help police identify any of the teens on the video by recognizing their face or clothing, please call Crime Stoppers at 901-528-CASH. 

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