Child Enticement Case In Coeur d' Alene - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Child Enticement Case In Coeur d' Alene

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: On Sunday afternoon Coeur d' Alene Police Officers responded to the area of S. 11th St. and Mullan Ave. in regards to a child enticing. Upon Officers arrival the following was reported: An 8-year-old female and a 6-year-old female were riding their bicycles on the N/W corner of S. 12th St. and Young Ave.

The suspect male pointed at the girls as he exited his vehicle. He yelled to the girls "hey you two." The suspect male approached the girls and said "let's go" as he grabbed at the 6-year-old's arm.

The girls were able to run away from the suspect male who chased them for a short distance W/B on Young Ave. The girls ran to their residence and reported the incident to their parents, who called the police.

The suspect vehicle was last seen traveling S/B on 11th St from Young Ave. Several Coeur d' Alene Police Officers searched the area and we were unable to locate the suspect vehicle.

SUSPECT DESCRIPTION: White male, described as "older" with a thin build and tall.  He had short brown hair, brown eyes, and a mustache.  He possibly had his ear pierced, unknown exactly what ear.  He was wearing a grey shirt and blue jeans.

SUSPECT VEHICLE: Mini van that was described as blue/grey in color with brown sides, with unknown license plates (possibly older model Plymouth Voyager style mini van.)

>>>If you have any information about the above described suspect male or vehicle please contact The Coeur d' Alene Police Department.

  • Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>

  • Woman punched in the face at Montana homecoming game

    Woman punched in the face at Montana homecoming game

    Monday, October 16 2017 9:21 PM EDT2017-10-17 01:21:25 GMT

    MISSOULA, Mont. - After a fight at the University of Montana homecoming football game in Missoula this weekend, a Helena woman was left with two black eyes. "The next thing I know is I am bleeding all over the place and I have no idea what happened," said Nancy Collick, the alleged victim. Nancy is still in shock and has been seeing different doctors to get her eyes and nose checked out.

    >>

    MISSOULA, Mont. - After a fight at the University of Montana homecoming football game in Missoula this weekend, a Helena woman was left with two black eyes. "The next thing I know is I am bleeding all over the place and I have no idea what happened," said Nancy Collick, the alleged victim. Nancy is still in shock and has been seeing different doctors to get her eyes and nose checked out.

    >>
  • Spokane man accused of cutting his wife's brakes, sending text hoping she crashed

    Spokane man accused of cutting his wife's brakes, sending text hoping she crashed

    Monday, October 16 2017 10:05 PM EDT2017-10-17 02:05:27 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A man was arrested over the weekend for allegedly cutting the brakes on his estranged wife's car and then sending her a threatening text message. The victim noticed something wasn't right with her vehicle and drove it to a shop before anyone was hurt. Court documents allege Adrian J. Reyez, 32, committed felony domestic violence harassment.

    >>

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A man was arrested over the weekend for allegedly cutting the brakes on his estranged wife's car and then sending her a threatening text message. The victim noticed something wasn't right with her vehicle and drove it to a shop before anyone was hurt. Court documents allege Adrian J. Reyez, 32, committed felony domestic violence harassment.

    >>
  • Florida man kills family friend for hitting on imaginary girlfriend

    Florida man kills family friend for hitting on imaginary girlfriend

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 1:48 AM EDT2017-10-17 05:48:50 GMT

    PASCO COUNTY, Fla. - Authorities in Florida say a murder that turned into a shootout with deputies started when a man believed a family friend was hitting on his imaginary girlfriend. According to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, 30-year-old Brian Disario shot and killed a friend of his mother's, 56-year-old David Armstrong on Thursday. Deputies say Disario believed Armstrong was hitting on his girlfriend, a woman who law enforcement says doesn't actually exist.

    >>

    PASCO COUNTY, Fla. - Authorities in Florida say a murder that turned into a shootout with deputies started when a man believed a family friend was hitting on his imaginary girlfriend. According to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, 30-year-old Brian Disario shot and killed a friend of his mother's, 56-year-old David Armstrong on Thursday. Deputies say Disario believed Armstrong was hitting on his girlfriend, a woman who law enforcement says doesn't actually exist.

    >>
HD DOPPLER 6i
/