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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Residents of Ypsilanti Township West Willow community, asked to keep vigilance of stranger danger situation


Residents of the West Willow Community in Ypsilanti, Township, Michigan should keep vigilance against a reported strangler danger situation in the area. Incidents have occurred multiple times on May 9th, with possible other occurrences in the past couple of weeks.

According to Washtenaw County Sheriff Office Communications Spokesperson Derrick Jackson at least three victims has described the suspect as being about described as 5'7 feet tall of African-American ethnicity, with short black hair that might have bald spots in-between, on a dark color bike and may have a bite mark on his left hand.

The Suspect has approached at least three students at school bus stops near Lori, Studebaker and Desoto Streets and was on a bike twice. WSCO spokesperson Jackson latest incident on Studeabaker and Chevrolet Street where the suspect was reported groping a 17 year old young lady, put his hand over her mouth and the victim bit the assailant. Another 10 year-old victim was approached this morning and was able to run away for assistance.

A possible suspect has been arrested by the WSCO but, the office is requesting that residents of West Willow keep vigilance. Public School Districts in the area, Van Buren,Willow Run, Ypsilanti and local charter schools have been notified and will be sending home a letter with additional information.

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