GSU students prove to be good samaritans
On his way home to Texas, engineer David Brown was changing his clothes when he unknowingly left his wallet on the side of Highway 90, near Houma.
Thanks to two Grambling State University students, Alexandria Smalls and Duvar Retherford, Brown’s wallet, which held $378, personal identification and credit cards, was returned to him.
He was surprised to get a call saying that the students had his wallet, which he didn't even realize was missing. When the students returned it at Mel’s Diner in Lafayette a few days later, he expressed gratitude.