Authorities in Canadian County have an alleged kidnapper in custody after they said he tried to lure a couple of girls into his van. What was even worse was what he told investigators he would've done if they hadn't gotten away from him.
It happened Friday morning just outside El Reno in Canadian County.
There are a lot of lessons to learn on a farm. It's innocent out there just like Cheyenne and her little sister Stacie.
"We have a donkey named Eeyore,” Cheyenne said.
"Izzy is mine,” Stacie said.
But there was someone who showed up out here, and neither of the girls knew his name.
"We were just waiting for the bus to stop, and he just came by here and he saw us and stopped,” Stacie said.
And he was up to no good.
"He had rolled down his window and asked us we wanted to get in his car and if we wanted a ride,” Cheyenne said.
Cheyenne knew better, but Stacie didn't know what was going on.
"I was like just ‘Run. Come on run.'" Cheyenne said.
"Run? What for?” Stacie said. "And then I was like ‘Oh, my God I'm scared."
The girls took off running to their house.
"I could have run fast, but then I almost dropped my backpack, but I don't really care about my backpack right now."
Their brother Raymond met them outside.
"All of a sudden I heard them screaming,” he said.
He called for help, and within minutes deputies were there and tracked down the 17-year-old driver of the big white van.
"We were so scared. I was so shook up. I thought what would've happened if my little sister wouldn't have listened to me,” Cheyenne said. “What would have happened to her?"
Investigators said they know exactly what would've happened after the 17-year-old admitted that he tried to get the girls inside his van and what he would've done if they'd listened.
"He indicated to them when asked if his intentions were to have sex with them and he indicated that he would have had sex with either one of them if they would have gotten in the vehicle,” Canadian County Undersheriff Chris West said.
It was another lesson, but not usually one you'd learn on a farm.
"Lucky I didn't ahold of him. I can tell you that,” their brother said.
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