Another Tempe Girl Lies About Attempted Abduction. WTF?

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Call off the dogs -- for the second time in less than a month, a Tempe girl's claim that a man tried to abduct her turned out to be BS.

Since our earlier post about a bald white guy trying to lure a 10-year-old girl into his truck by offering her candy, the Tempe Police Department announced that the girl's claim was "not truthful."

If you read our earlier post, we would like to take this opportunity to apologize to perverts everywhere. The lame "candy in the truck" routine prompted us to question the creativity of perverts. We were wrong -- apparently, it's the creativity of false-reporters that could use a little work.


On November 3, another Tempe girl made a similar claim that turned out to be false.

The girl, 11, told police she was riding her bike to Fees Middle School near Baseline Road and Lakeshore Drive just before 7 a.m., when she was approached by an unidentified man.

The man got out of his car and grabbed the girl's arm but she fought him off and was able to get away.

That, it turns out, never happened.

Tempe Sergeant Steve Carbajal tells New Times he won't speculate as to why the girl made up the story.

We asked if the attention the first faux-abduction garnered could have motivated the second girl to make up the story. But the girls, Carbajal says, go to different schools. So it's not likely the second girl even knew about the first faux-abduction.
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UPDATE: Kyrene sent out an e-mail a couple of hours after the above post. It notified parents that the report was false, but did nothing warn of the consequences of such false stories, or to ask parents to discuss it with their kids. Here's the text:

The Tempe Police have informed Kyrene that the report received this morning about a student being approached on their way to the bus stop was false. As stated in the original message, Kyrene chose to be proactive in communication of this information because it was a student safety issue. We communicated early as a preventative measure to allow adequate time for schools and families to make arrangements if necessary.

We apologize for the inconvenience our message may have caused.

Nancy Dudenhoefer, Community Relations Manager

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Those who file "false reports" should face the same harsh punishment they want for those they accuse, once that is done, these cases will evaporate along with all the money in what is a known "child abuse/sex abuse industry". This is a sick game and the courts "believe" the "children".

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I'm gonna call "BS" on Sgt. Carbajal's implication that because the girls go to different schools, today's girl likely didn't know about the 1st faux-abduction.*While every kid in the Kyrene School District (where today's faux-incident occurred) may not know about the November 3 faux-incident, they likely DO know about "the bald guy in the white pickup issue". And, they likely DON'T know that the 1st one turned out to be false reporting and that the girl likely faced some consequences.Kyrene sent home notes with every kid regarding the bald-guy-white-pickup-hanging-around incident and used the reverse-911 system (or something like it) to call every home. They likely sent home notes today, too - I already received a reverse-911 message this afternoon. What the district did NOT do was notify all the other elementary and middle school kids - via notes and phone calls to the parents - about the dangers and consequences of false reporting. *In fairness, the Sgt may not know about the "bald guy in white pickup" incident last month, which did happen in Kyrene boundaries but not in Tempe city limits.

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