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Posted on: October 15, 2018

Enticing a Child

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The Seabrook Police Department is currently investigating a call concerning the enticement of children and they are encouraging anyone with information about the incident to contact the Seabrook Police Department. 

On Sunday, October 14, 2018, at approximately 6:00 p.m. Seabrook Police Officers were dispatched to the 2500 block of Guilbeau Lane in Seabrook, Texas. The reportee informed the investigating officer that while her two daughters were playing at a friend’s house on the block a vehicle drove around the block a few times and then the driver of the vehicle stopped and the passenger started a conversation with the children.

The passenger of the vehicle asked the children if they wanted money and the children said “no”. The passenger then proceeded to have a conversation with the driver and took out a stack of money showing it to the children and told them to take it, saying “they deserved it”. The passenger went on to say “it was not a bad thing because she has daughters herself”.

The children did not take the money and the driver then drove away. The children immediately reported the incident to their parents.

The vehicle has been described as a silver late model 4-door sporty sedan with tinted windows, a rear spoiler, and sunroof. The vehicle may have been a Nissan Sentra.

The passenger has been described as a 40 to 50-year-old white female with dirty blonde shoulder length hair and she was wearing a pink shirt. The driver has been described as a taller 40 to 50-year-old white male with short hair on the sides, spiked on top. Only two individuals were in the vehicle and the children had not seen the vehicle or the suspects prior to the incident.

If anyone has information about this incident, the vehicle or the suspects please contact Seabrook Detective Sergeant Will Haskett by calling (281) 291-5750 or emailing whaskett@seabrooktx.gov.

The Seabrook Police Department would like to remind residents to talk with their children and teach them to never talk to strangers or approach a stranger’s vehicle. Suspicious contact by strangers should be immediately reported.

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