"We've helped walk people to and from their vehicles and they're afraid to walk alone," said Ron Smith, who's been with the volunteer group for more than 30 years. We were glad to be a little bit of an assurance to them that they can be safe while we're here."
As a killer roams in the wake of a fourth death in Seminole Heights, Guardian Angels continue to patrol the streets, logging about 500 miles since the killings began in October.
"It's just in your blood, it's just something that you're born with," said Smith.
ABC Action News walked with a group of Guardian Angels Tuesday night.