Friday, June 21, started like any other day for ____ ____. The Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, resident finished his overnight shift at a food-packaging plant and stopped for breakfast around 7 a.m. before making his way home.
While driving through town, ____, 22, saw a girl who he thought was a friend of his younger sister. Rain appeared imminent to ____ and there was a slight drizzle, so he stopped to ask if she needed a ride. When he pulled up beside the girl, he realized that she wasn’t his sister’s friend but asked her if she needed a ride anyway.
“She said, ‘No,’ and I told her to be careful and drove home,” ____ told The Appeal. He went home to take a nap.
By the end of the day, he became the prime suspect in what police described as an attempted child abduction. …
Later that day Hinkle charged ____ with one count of felony luring a child into a motor vehicle. If convicted, ____ would most likely face incarceration in the county jail and he would have to register as a sex offender for 15 years. Full Article