High school student says two men tried to kidnap her at bus stop

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by Jeff McShan / KHOU 11 news

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Posted on January 29, 2013 at 7:17 PM

HOUSTON – A 15-year-old female student at Sharpstown High School said she was on her way to the school’s bus stop Tuesday morning when she was jumped by two men, who tried to abduct her.

It happened as she was walking down Kitty Brook Drive near Creekbend Drive about 6:15 a.m.

The two suspects were driving a burgundy mini-van and honked at her at first, she said. They then did a U-turn and came back for her.

“Another person opened the door and he tried to grab me. He pulled my hair and then I kicked him and then my shoe came off. He tried to get at me again and grabs my book bag and I run,” the victim said.

Her mother Shonda Williams said she is always worried in the mornings, because it’s dark outside when her daughter heads out the door to the bus stop.

“At 6 in the morning these kids are waking down the strip here on Kittybrook and it’s too dark,” Willams said.

She wants a police presence in the morning.

Houston police are hoping one of KHOU 11 News viewers can help them find the suspects. One of them spoke with a French/creole accent.

The family said Sharpstown High School has been notified as well as the school district’s police department.

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