A 38 year old man is under arrest accused of inappropriately touching a woman without her permission.
She rebooked her seat and struck up a conversation with a fellow passenger, Temple Phipps.
"I count my blessings every day", Phipps said.
He forced her to the ground, repeatedly struck her on the head, restricted her breathing by seizing her nose and then dragged her into nearby bushes before raping her. "Then she threatened me and said, 'If you don't give me the phone, I'll drive in circles and crash into this vehicle, '" Malaiah said.
Phipps encouraged hopeful mothers to never give up hope. She offered her cell phone number to the mom-to-be in case she needed anything while she was in Raleigh. "They said, '911, what's your emergency, '" she said.
Employees at Southern Regional Jail said Mill was talking about killing someone while she was at the jail.
"I want to update you guys that we are broken up".
The woman had jumped from an open window of her house, said police.
"I think you should be his mother", Snipes said. "And this is what manifested", said Phipps. "I'm just thankful for God". A week later, Phipps was a mom.
The two women struck up a conversation, during which it emerged that the younger woman was considering giving up her baby. She looks so happy.
"I watched as she fed him, bonded with him".
The baby is now 18 months old and is named Vaughn. She assured us that this was good for us. "We talked while she was there visiting and during our conversation I asked Temple if she would like to adopt my son as her own".
More than a year later, Snipes and Phipps have stayed in touch.