C. DAILY SUN: POLICE APPRECIATE VIGILANCE

by Christian Mower on June 7, 2011

THE CONWAY DAILY SUN SAYS A REPORT OF A MAN TRYING TO LURE A BOY INTO HIS CAR IN INTERVALE OVER THE WEEKEND HAS POLICE APPRECIATIVE OF PEOPLE’S VIGILANCE – AND CAUTIOUS ABOUT JUMPING TO CONCLUSIONS.

 THE SUN SAYS CONWAY POLICE ARE CALLING IT A “NOTEWORTHY INCIDENT” COMING THREE DAYS AFTER THE SEARCH BEGAN FOR A LARGE BELLIED MAN WHO REPORTEDLY TRIED TO KIDNAP A 14-YEAR-OLD GIRL AT HER BUS STOP ON WEST SIDE ROAD IN NORTH CONWAY.

 LT. CHRIS PERLEY TELLS THE SUN HE’S GLAD SOMEONE CALLED POLICE AFTER A MAN DRIVING DOWN INTERVALE CROSS ROAD AROUND 1:20 P.M. SATURDAY PULLED UP NEXT TO A BOY WITH A CAST ON HIS ARM AND ASKED THE BOY ABOUT HIS ARM.

 PERLEY TELLS THE SUN IT REMAINS TO BE SEEN IF THE WEEKEND INCIDENT – REPORTED BY A COUPLE WHO WITNESSED IT – WAS RELATED TO LAST WEEK’S ATTEMPTED ABDUCTION, A DIFFERENT MAN TRYING SOMETHING SIMILAR OR AN INNOCENT CONVERSATION THAT WAS MISCONSTRUED.

WRITER: MACKENZIE JUNE 7 2011 FROM THE CONWAY DAILY SUN PAGE ONE, TUESDAY JUNE 7 2011

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