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year old girl was abducted from a downtown side walk and she told police she was taken away and assaulted. >> the child is at a local hospital in stable condition. harry boomer is live now. what are police telling you, harry? >> i am right now on second street and northeast masland. a young girl, 9 years old, had left the public library down there on lincoln way east walking toward home down second avenue. about 75 feet fromrr in northeast here in masland, right about here in the 500 block of second street she said she was salted by a man who told her that he was a police officer. she said he did not have on a uniform or a badge, but he did have a walky talky. he pulled her into his truck, drove her a short distance away, and that's where she said she was salted. the young man, we described his pick-up. a black pick-up that had skull
also it had ohio written in the back window. she told police that he is a white middle aged man, medium to thin build with a scruffy beard and brown hair. after the attack the girl was released and she walked home and told her step father in law who then called police. masland police are asking anyone who knows who this person is, somebody knows who he is, to please give them a call. because if he's done this once, reason says he' to do it again. it's import tonight get him off the street. harry boomer, cleveland 19. >> >: it sure is, harry, thank you. we're also following a deadly shooting in rocky river. a man is accused of killing his own daughter. >> a chilling 911 call reveals a family dispute. neighbors now stunned by the violence. denise is live in rocky river with the details. denise. >> we were the only ones inside
municipal courtroom as jamaal mansoor was arraigned. he frequently interrupted the judge and the judge explained to him he could no longer return to his home if he was able to post bond. >> the brother of 27 year old tahani masour tells a 911 operator his father just shot his sister. >> my sister's been shot, please send an ambulan >> in her room. >> did she shoot herself? >> no, my father shot her. >> rocky river police say 63 year old jamaal shot his daughter twice. tahani was rushed to fairview hospital and later died. during his arraignment for murder, mansour says he shot his daughter by accident. >> i did not meant that. it was accident. >> neighbors were left stun by what they heard happened.
lived here for years but kept to themselves. other neighbors who didn't want to go on camera said the same thing. >> i understand they have children. i would not recognize them. i've seen the, uh, father cutting the grass and occasionally the mother puttering with flowers. but i have never seen the children. >> so many questions remain. mainly what would make a father want to shoot his own daughter. >> the thought too, me, of a father shooting a normally is the apple of the father's eye is so heartbreaking. >> felonious assault, domestic violence as wellal. the judge put a protection in order in place to where if he's able to post a $1.5 million bond he cannot go anywhere near his wife or other daughter. he is scheduled to appear in
>> all right, thanks, denise. a cleveland woman in court accused of killing her live-in boyfriend. pearl hapley pleaded not guilty to a murder charge this morning. the judge set bond at a half million dollars. the body of marvin kimmie was found in the trunk of a car on her property. and a second person has died as a result of a crash at a concert in parma heights. nine peopleer woman confused the gas pedal for the brake and ran right into an out door stage at a concert in at commons park last month. the first victim is 61 year old kathleen mcdonald. the second victim now is 68 year old nancy of hinkley. police met with the prosecutor yesterday about possible charges. >> three people hurt in an early morning apartment fire. crews responded to west 112th and clifton in cleveland.
injuries ch the cause of the fire under investigation. >> all right, let's talk about the weather. beautiful out there today, but a big change is coming, huh, jeff? >> yes t is. and, uh, you know the problem with this next system coming up is that it's just going to hang around us. it's not going to move or its going to move very slowly. as long as it's hanging round, the waves of rain and storms will begin tomorrow. but we're going to be dry tonight. if door the next few hours. mostly sunny, breezy, we're up to 74 at hopkins. but as the sun go down, 6:00 p.m., upper 60s. 7:00 p.m. 66. 8:00 p.m. clear sky down to 63. and we do drop into the 40s in a lot of spots again tonight. 76 in sandusky. 74 at cleveland hopkins as i mentioned. we're up to 71 now in canton. there's the wind out of the south west and west here.
down. it will be dry tonight expun settled weather pattern will begin tomorrow. that will be the first wave of many so we got more rain thursday, friday. in fact, right through the weekend is when we do have an alert issued. so get rdy we've got quite a bit of rain coming in. denise, chris back to you. >> thank you. a lot of people still talking about the windians today, but it's already time to talk about the cats. the toughest championship to win is the first until you have to win the second. >> the second one's not very easy. caivedz have their first nba championship under their belted and we'll look forward to them raising that banner. it's their first, but it's lebron's third. how many will he win? well f you remember when he went to miami they had that big rally there, went through that whole act of not 3, not 4, not 5, not 6, and that was played over and
and over. we all remember that. so does he. and that's why, if you ask him now how many title he can win or the cavs can win you're fought getting an answer. >> i don't do that anymore. last time are did that everyone wants to make a headline about ranking off how meby championships i'm going to win. you know, for me, um, you know it's just about, you know, maximizing each season. going out and playing my game, leading this team. and, uh, at the end of the se you know, nothing is obviously is nothing is promising. just have to earn our way once again for another season. >> that's similar to what he said when he came back. nothing is given. everything is earned and they clearly earned that title last year. the way golden state's loaded up this off-season they'll have to earn another if they want to repeat. >> thank you, mark. you've probably heard the saying a happy wife is a happy life.
that up. researchers found people 1 happy spouses had more physical problems. they also didn't exercise and rated their own health as poor. this study says for years they've known that being around happy people makes you happy, but it apparently also makes you healthier. >> a cleveland 19 new s alrt for you tyson foods voluntarily recalling more than 130,000-pounds of chicken nuggets. the nuggets may plastic. customers finding foreign material in the chicken. dyson says may have come from a plastic rod used in production. the recall is for 5-pound bags of fully cooked panco chicken nuggets with a use by date of july 18, 2017. time to talk about that debate last night. it ?was aninteresting one. a record number of people watching. >> yeah, most of the polls say
over donald trump. the candidates sparred over the economy, national security, and racial issues. both campaigns are claiming victory today and it got a little lively at times when they talked about each other's history. rsh. >> i will release my tax returns against my lawyers' wishes. when she releases her 33,000 e-mails that have been deleted. >> it must be something really important, even terrible that he's trying to hide. >> >: nielsen says a 80 million people tuned in last night. which would make it one of the largest audiences ever for a political debate. election day is six weeks from today. >> on the topic alive picture former president bill clinton expected shortly for a voter registration event. he's expected to talk about last night's debate. big crowd of supporters there to
hillary, by the way is in north carolina today. >> th city of cleveland receiveinga 3 million grant. add up to 15 part-timers. the 2-year grant is from the federal emergency management agency, fima. it comes after major cuts to the fire department. >> first alert traffic on cleveland 19 news is sponsored by ford. >> let's take a live look at t a little bright and sunny out there which is a good thing and traffic is moving long smoothly on 77 in and out of downtown. there is an accident, though, in independence. it's on rock side road near i-77. so be advise fd you're headed in that direction. >> coming up on cleveland 19 news at 5, division chance. oh, yeah, pop the bubbly, the windians are going to the post-season and the faith rl are
>> live from cleveland's news center, this is cleveland 19 news. >> a breath and the 1-2 pitch, swung out and missed he struck him out. and after a 9-year wait, central division title number 8 belongs to cleveland. >> oh, what a night it was. the indians beat the tigers and punched their ticket to the playoffs. the cleefned indians are now the central division champs. >> very cool. the championship march begins
fans over joyed about what could happen next. catherine bosley here with the growing windians fever. >> oh, yeah, it makes sense the fever is heating up first at the team shop where there's feel some say reminiscent of the 90s with new tribe gear just flying off the racks. >> into my wardrobe. >> and now. the kind of indians wear fans can't get their hands on fast enough. >> got all the players on the back, extra >> beautiful. and it's a beautiful thing. >> the tribe's al central division clench last night setting off a team shop frenzy, debuting the new post-season duds. >> it's very, very exciting. >> yeah. >> very exciting to be a clevelands fan again. >> when are you going to put that shirt on? >> probably within, like, the next 10 minutes. >> the store opened last night after the next few hours lines then and more lines first thing this morning.
then? >> very important. i'm on my way to work, stop here first. >> of course the team shop has to be stocking up on all of its winter gear too. if everything goes well, the last game of the world series will be right here where we know how cold it can be in november. to get there, though, fans already feeling pressure themselves to keep the spirit hot. this woman had to make the run to buy shirts for her entire work flays. >> do you think it will help if we're all wearing these shirts? >> i sure hope so. it will make everybody's spirit be g and she's thrilled to be part of it. >> there's a lot of planning that goes into this. we started this probably back in mid-august. >> so, for now the boxes just keep coming in with dreams about what designs could be going out next. >> oh, yeah, the indians actually began making up the merchandise when the team hit a
popular number designed is what the guys wore last night, made for october. as that one woman put it, beautiful thing. cleveland 19. >> nice shirt. i have to get one of those. all right, now, a cleveland 19 news consumer alert. the epa says gas mileag estimates on those new cars are falling. and the environmental protection agency is blaming all those awmgzs people are adding on. things like heated seats can drag on the engine. the using more air conditioning and driving faster. well, the tv streaming service roku is over hauling its line-up. the cable alternative is also lowering the cost of the subscription. the roku express is 30-dollars explt and the premiere version runs 80. the new devices will be avail blg next month. >> progresso chicken soup
artificial flavors and color from 60% of its soups. the cus company says it's responding to customer requests. doritos is joining the rock the vote campaign, rolling out a special vending machine filled with doritos but it delivers empty bags to anyone not registered to vote. you can even send a bag to your non-registered friends. >> wow. >> >: all right. >> okay, here we go. inarting to see a little bit of there. that trend will continue throughout the night. first you gotta bring in the clouds and then here comes the rain. this system up here, uh, it is large, and it is slow-moving. and right now it is pretty much moving due south. but the problem is going to come close enough tomorrow so that, u a, the conditions will be there, uh, for showers and even a couple of rumbles of thunder perhaps to develop with this
we're going to be talking about this same system right through the upcoming weekend as it look right now. let me show you a future view. we'll start things out tomorrow morning and if you're were eed about the morning commute and kids heading off to school, you shouldn't really worry about the rain too much because it won't be raining with perhaps a little bit moving in west of mansfield. most of us should be dry to start things off tomorrow. here you see 11:00 a.m., and that thunder west of cleveland then that will rotate through by this time tomorrow we will have some showers and storms in play. but the thing is it's going to come in waves, all right? it won't be just because we have rain and thunder in the forecast doesn't mean it's going to be raining every single minute. but the threat will certainly be there. the alert will start tomorrow, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for shoe shower expdz thunder.
and then here we are tomorrow night. here's 8:00 p.m. in the evening. there's 2:00 a.m. in the morning. uh, tomorrow night. now we're into thursday and it looks like thursday morning could be wet in spots. and then we'll just continue the shower and storm chances throughout the day. again, everything rotating around this ? m. this is that time of year where we could get a system like this where you know it just sits and spins and just continues to give us, uh, these rounds of showers and storms a i the is going to be one of those cases. increasing clouds and seasonable tonight. 49 the low in cleveland. akron, canton, a little on the cool side. uh, 46 the wind will diminish. tomorrow i went with a high of 69. we're going to see a little bit of sun early on. then there you go, 2:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., showers showers and storms in the area, and then once you get rained on, uh, temperatures may only be in the low 60s for a time again if you're underneath these showers
over again. rain and storms, 68, an alert on friday for showers and storms that could affect friday night football games. we'll have to see how things set up right round 70 for the high over the weekend. rain and storms on saturday. 70. uh, so an alert there. few showers, uh, saturday night, 54, and scattered afternoon showers now on sunday. although it looks like out of the two weekend days the better opportunity of rain. wednesday through sunday here when we talk about the risk of rain the better chance will come during the afternoon with day time heating. it doesn't look like it will be until monday of next week, uh, before we start to dry things out. >> okay and. >> and then by this time next tuesday we could be back above 70. it's one of those things where pretty wet patterns setting up. >> i broke down and put the boots on today.
>> keeping a close eye on entertainment and that include as celebrity wedding crasher. >> yeah, this is cool. plus, smack down returns to northeast ohio but we begin with the growing buzz over a brand new movie. >> you two look fine this evening. >> we're on a date. >> very nice. >> the anticipation is growing for passengers, the sci fi romance movie stars jennifer lawrence and chris pratt, and it's the most-talked about movie on souls media, even though it doesn't hit loc four days before christmas. [music] >> yeah, you are seeing what you think you're seeing. tom hanks crashed a wedding in new york's central park. the a-lister jogged right into the newly wed's photo shoot. hanks loves doing this, by the way. he photo bombs lot of people rrchlt he got his acting started
round for those picture. >> awesome. >> and the writeingis on the wall for smack down live. prom n aid of the mis is in a 6-man tag team wwe fan favorites are at the q beginning at 7:15 p.m. >> going to a very loud event down there. >> a really, really big show. >> good news at fieb, a soccer field controversy at a school visiting an all boy's people team refused
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one of the the most highly anticipated events in modern political history. >> yeah, explt candidates drew sharp contrast on temperament, character, and policy. they also had starkly different visions of how they would lead the nation. scott mclane live in d.c., breaking down the details. i'll tell you what this was hyped and it delivered. >> yeah, did it ever, chris. hillary clinton and donald trump both in some ways seem to really live up to clinton seemed to look well-practiced and calculated while trump looked more brash and off the cuff. both candidates managed to land some punches and both today are also claiming victory. >> the day thafer big debate, there's a new debate over who won. >> by all traditional standards, hillary clinton crushed it. >> i think it was a good debate. >> donald trump held his own initially hitting hillary clinton on her private e-mail server, and her past support of
>> you called it the gold standard. you called it the gold standard of trade deals. you said it's the finest deal - - . >> it didn't take long for clinton to lure trump into the weed on his tax. >> he didn't pay any federal income tax. >> birtherism. >> and i think i did a great job and a graibt service not own rae for only for the country, but even for the president. >> and his comments about her appearance. >> she doesn't have the look, she i said she doesn't have the stamina. >> as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease fire release of disdns, or even spends 11 hours testifying in front of, uh, a congressional committee he can talk to me about stam b uh. >> after the debate, trump did not take issue with the moderator. >> i thought lester did a great job. i thought honestly i thought he did a great job. >> but did complain about hidz microphone.
>> that guy's not getting paid. >> no, i wonder was that on purpose? >> anybody that complains about the microphone is not having a good night. >> cnn poll taken after the debate shows that most people thought hillary clinton won, though it is important to point out the respondents skew more democratic in this particular poll. still, that is a pretty big margin. today hillary clinton spent her afternoon at a rally in north carolina while donald trump while he'll be at a rally in central florida, from now, actually. chris, denise. >> hey, scott. uh, following up on one of hillary's most bruising attacks, about comments donald trump once made about a beauty contestant. fill us in on the back story there. >> yeah, so this is really proof that hillary clinton really did her opposition research going back to 20 years a comment donald trump had made about then miss universe. listen. >> he called this
housekeeping, because she was latina. donald, she has a name. >> where did you find this? >> alisha mochado and she has become a u.s. citizen. >> oh, really. >> and you can bet she's going to vote this november. >> after she won the miss universe contest for venezuela in 1996 she gained some weight and back then trump confessed to encouraging her to lose the weight. but even mochado said trump went further than miss piggy. this morning donald trump was on fox news doing an interview and he seemed to double down saying that the weight gain and her attitude were big problems. mocado, not surprisingly, is voting for clint. >> scott, the numbers are in now. exablghtly how many people watched the debate? did it match up with the expectations? >> well, they're still doing the final tally but so far they seem to be more than 80 million people tuned in to the 12
including pbs and c-span or
the million of people who watched online. buns you factor those viewers in, it easily set the record for the most-watched debate in american history, smashing the previous high water mark set back in 1980 when 81 pea million people watched jimmy carter and ronald reagan duke it out in the only debate of that election cycle. just for cunl pairson's sake, 67 million watched barack obama and mitt romney debate in the first >> scott mclane, live in the nation's capitol. remember to stay with cleveland 19 news for continuing coverage of campaign 2016. by the way, 81.4 million nielsen just released the numbers cross 11 networks. you can find your coverage on our family of coverage, cleveland19.com. our facebook and twitter pages. >> all right. have you put the heat on yet?
i did not put the heat on though, jeff. >> well, especially at night, and then early in the morning. but then, yeah, this is the time of year where maybe you'll need it at night and then during the afternoon not so much. in fact we hit 75 today for the high. so not too shabby after the after the cooling start for some. clouds will be on the increase. even the morning commute tomorrow will be dry. we may see a little bit of sun early in the morning before we go that's when the first wave of several, uh, showers and storms will be moving in. in fact, we have alerts tomorrow right through the weekend. that's what the latest data is suggesting. we have quite a bit of rain chances coming at us here the rest of the week f. but look at this right now we're
between 70 and 75. uh, look like at 7:00 p.m. we'll be dropping into the 60s. 9:00 p.m. right around 60. and then at least in downtown cleveland i think we'll stay above 50, but you get away from the city limits, away from the lake shore and i think you're going to be in the 40s tonight. so tomorrow first alert day here 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. these will not be severe storms, they're not going to be the kind of storms that we see in the summer. for the humidity and everything like that. rain and a few rumbles of thunder. the high of 69-degrees. that's where we should be this time of year right round that 70-degree mark. 50 at 7:00 a.m., and notice dry for the morning commute. but then by noon your lunch, rain, and thunder, uh, i know it's the last walnut wednesday here downtown cleveland. so just, you know, may want to bring the rain gear for that. uh, just in case. and then 5:00 p.m. for the ride
dodging the showers. akron, canton, showers and thunder developling for you. and you'll be near 70. let me show you this on future view. 9:00 a.m. there's that first wave of rain pt. it looks like it starts in the western counties. sandusky, norwalk. approaching cleveland by lurch here. eastern counties you'll still be dry. but then during the afternoon we're going to have showers and thunder around, pretty much anybody could see this rain at any time during the afton thunder, uh, tomorrow night into thursday. you get the idea. it's a similar weather pattern the rest of the week. more on the forecast in the 7-day later on in the half hour. >> all right, jeff. and the weather not helping fire crews out west. a wild fire is growing in the santa cruz mountains in california. at least one home has been destroyed. many others are in danger. hundreds of people were evacuated after that fire broke out. heartbreak for a local family to
someone stole a memorial angel statue honoring a young boy. >> the three year old was struck and killed by a car now neighbors are angry and upset after a woman swiped the statue jen is here getting answers on that theft sthun the accident happened on park avenue last night. and since then people have been dropping off things like teddy bears and candles to help memorialize him. just yesterday somebody helped himself. >> his name was liam and, you won't forget the rest of my life. >> mike harrington is haunted by the scene he witnessed last week after three year old liam bryant darted out into the street and was struck by an on coming car. >> there was a dog cross the street and i think he was running for the dog. >> it's sad, you know since the boy died a memorial has been building in front of the accident site, including a gold angel statue but somebody stole
>> i saw this small blue station wagon pull up against the curb and i figure they were dropping off a stuffed animal. a an older red headed lady stuck her arm out and grabbed it. >> how do you do something like that? how do you live with yourself when you do something like that? >> cathy barber says the statue and toys served not just as a memorial, but also a remind toor drivers that this could be a dangerous stretch of road. >> people walk up and street all the time. kids, adults, you need to slow down. stay off your phone, pay attention to your driving. >> to the person who took the statue they say shame on you. >> you're going to have some bad camp uh coming your way. >> harrington and barber would like to see the statue returned and eventually something more permanent placed there to remember liam and help prevent another tragedy. >> i spoke to the police chief about the accident investigation
cooperating. she's not been charged. prosecutors are still reviewing it case. getting answers, cleveland 19. >> all right, jen, thank you. a fire captain was killed when a house exploded in new york. crews were responding to reports of a gas leak in the bronx and they discovered what appeared to be a drug lab. the explosion happened as they were waiting for police to arrive. a man is back on dry ground in massachusetts now. rescued by a after spendinga week at sea. but his mother is still missing. she is presumed dead. the coast guard is hoping to learn what happened after talking to her soon. >> controversy on a soccer field in arizona, an all boy's team forfeited a match because their opponents had girls on the team two christian schools refused to take it field over the issue. the girls did sit out in the first game, but the second match
if the girls didn't play, the boys would quit too. sh. >> it was disbelief, really. last i checked we live in 2016. >> i don't feel like we should have to give up part of our team to play some soccer. >> they were really supportive of all of us and i think it brought our team together more than we were before. >> the team says they respect their competitor's choice. the schools opted out over religious issues. and the team is now looking forward to its next match. >> religious issues. all right,y then. coming up on cleveland 19 news,
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intensity coaster could help patient pass small kidney stones. ra morks na. ramona? >> i'd rather suffer the kidney stone. coming up tonight at 6:00 p.m., we continue to follow breaking news. a child abducted and assaulted and police are still looking for a suspect. we have the latest details in the investigation. and fact checking last night's debai. our investigative team was up late last night getting answers for you. we have a recap of what ones were false. those stories and much more when you join mark and me at
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the country soon. >> many want your passport valid for up to six months after your return date. danielle notingham getting answers on how to prevent any problems. >> clark and jill spent a year planning a european vacation. includeinga stop in france to see the grand prix. >> it's sort of a bucket list thing. >> on the day of the trip they took this picture outside the airport. at check-in, everything changed. >> get up to the gate agent a she just looks at hour passport, starts shaking her head. >> the problem the soderlands were traveling in late may and returning the first week of june. their passports weren't expiring until last august, but many countries in europe were required to be valid up to six months beyond the return date. >> it was like being punched in
>> able to get a new one in just a few hours. the airline got them on a plane to france the next morning, just enough time to make the grand prixcbs news los angeles. >> wow. learn something new every day, huh? the state department's u.s. passport site lets travelers enter their international destination so they could find out how long their passport needs to be valid. >> pinpointing the weather where you live. now your cleveland 19 first alert forecast. >> this is the portion of the news cast where we strictly focused on the 7-day here. that's why we call it the 7-day focus and it does contain a lot of rain. so, you know y know we had this
situation. this is what we call a drought buster because, uh, we could be looking at, you know at least a few inches of rain area-wide when you factor in all the chances that we have right through the upcoming weekend so rain and thunder will begin to move in. i'm going to say late morning early afternoon tomorrow. 69 the high. and we'll drop down to 59 tomorrow. so it will be warmer because of the increasing moisture. rain and storms 68 especially during the afternoon. the wind's going to be picking up on thursday and a windy day here on friday more waves of showers and storms right around 70 for the high. and even into the weekend, uh, this system is just going to lolly gag around us. and as long as it does, uh, the threat for showers and storms will be with us. the lift will be there. and that's what's going to cause this saturday right round 70,
saturday night, a few showers and then even on sunday we have to throw in scattered showers but mainly during the ar nn here 67. the system finally exits the area by monday of next week. of course as we head back to work here, uh, mostly cloudy still 67 and tuesday partly cloudy and 72. temperature trend is pretty steady, upper 60s to right around 70 right through saturday. 67 sunday. day on the 7-day is next tuesday. >> all right, jeff, coming up here at 5, smart phone addiction. it's fast-becoming a growing problem. how do you know when
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material to glow, creating the beautiful image. by the way, our sun's going to burn out just the same way. don't worry, it's not going to happen for another 5 billion years. you're safe. >> good. all the, what's the first thing you do in the morning? for a lot of people, checking that smart phone of course. but don't worry. you are not alone. an it firm found the average person checks for messages. get this, at least every six minutes. >> yeah ?un that's about 150 times a day. >> some of the experts say that may actually hurting your health. do you think? it's because you never really relax during your time off work. >> yeah. >> i know one thing t hurts my eyes. >> yeah. gotta unplug. >> yeah. >> have to unplug. >> you have to. >> coming up on cleveland 19 news at six, the controversial police tactic of stop and frirveg it was a topic during last night's presidential debate. well, tonight we're getting answers on a landmark case that
>> live from cleveland's news center we're getting answers for you, cleveland 19 news starts now. >> we continue to follow breaking news. police are investigating there abduction of a 9 year old. >> investigators say that little girl assaulted. harry boomer live getting answers now. >> mark, and ra morks na police here looking for a child molester. he reportedly abduct ad girl who was walking alone from the library down on second street. let's go to video as to tell you more. the 9 year old girl says she was walking from the public library on lincoln way east. she says she was approached in the 500 block of second street
some time between 4:30 p.m., and 6:30 p.m. yesterday. she says the man told her he was a police officer but that he did not have a badge or uniform on. she says he did have a walky talky and that he pulled her into his truck. police chief keith moser picks up the story from here. >> we had a young girl, uh, downtown, uh, get picked up by a white male suspect. he distance away, and ended up assaulting her. it was brought to our attention a little bit later and we're currently investigating what she's brought forward to us. >> what she told police is that he was driving a black pick-up truck with skull said on the side of it, and the word ohio in the back window. she describes him as a middle-aged white male with a