A few nights ago I was heading home on I-20 W. It was about 3:30-4:00 AM. I was tired and realized that I needed to get gas. I tried to push my luck a little trying to get past the Homles and Fulton Ind. exists because that isn't the place to be. Once I passed them I realized that I HAD to stop so I stopped at the Six Flags exit. I am not familiar with this area. I was in panic mode but made it to the first and only gas station I saw. I hoped out of my car and relized that it was CLOSED. I had no idea what I was going to do. I was a little scared (I was CCing two guns for those wondering. ) Anyway... the area was deserted but right about that time I saw a Cobb PD car turning the corner. I ran out and got his attention. I told him what was going on. He told me that there was a gas station up the road. I asked him if he would follow me up there since I didn't know where it was or if I had enough gas to get there. He said, "Yes." and followed me to the gas station. I had enough gas to get there but it sure was nice knowing that he was following me. I pulled into the gas station, taped my horn, and waved as a thank you. Anyway, I just wanted to say thank you officer! I did not catch your name. I hope you are reading this. This situation made me feel a little bad about some of the things I've said (and what others have said) on the board about LEOs.