LCSO investigating reports of harassment in Sterling
According to a police report, at around 4:05 p.m. March 6, three middle school girls were walking home on S. Sterling Boulevard and W. Poplar Street when they noticed they were being followed by a white passenger van with two men in the car. Both men tried talk to the girls.
At one point, one of the girls began walking on her own, prompting the passenger in the van to jump out of the car and grab her hand. The girl pulled away and fled unharmed.
The two suspects were described as young men in their teens.
The incident was reported to the Sterling Middle School resource officer May 7, who then informed his superiors at the LCSO.
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