No Charges Filed in Reported Attempted Kidnapping on Wolf Run Dr.

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 8/14/2012 5:37 pm
        Lexington Police say two young girls reported Monday night that two men tried to lure them into a van.

        Police say they found and questioned the men and that they won't be charged.

        The incident reportedly happened on Wolf Run Drive, off Beacon Hill Road.

        Police say two girls, ages 9 and 11 were on their bikes when two men pulled up in a van and tried to lure them in.
        
        The girls said "no" and rode off.
       
        Someone got the license plate of the van, police tracked down the two men and questioned them.

        They say the two won't be charged because under Kentucky Law someone has to be physically grabbed or held against their will in order to be charged with attempted kidnapping or kidnapping

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NativeAmerican - 8/15/2012 2:14 PM
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So these creeps, unidentified, are out on the streets to do this again....until they're actually successful. That's some good law there.
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