A reported attempted luring/abduction incident Thursday evening in Camp Hill involving two men and a 13 year old girl is unraveled by investigators. Camp Hill Borough Police say it was actually two separate incidents and neither involved a felony.
The young girl told police that while walking home on April Drive a man driving a green Chevrolet with Tennessee license plates had pulled up beside her and called out “Hey baby, come in the car and I’ll take you home.” The girl said “No” and the man drove away.
Investigators located and identified the driver as 21 year old Sean Mitchell Bronner, of New Cumberland. Bronner confessed that he drove up and called out to the girl. For his action police charged Bronner with Disorderly Conduct.
In the second incident, about five minutes after the first, and along the same street, another man walked up behind the girl, Sensing that he was about to grab her, the girl ran into a nearby apartment and contacted police.
Police located and identified the second suspect as 22 year old man who lived in the neighborhood and has Autism Spectrum Disorder. During an interview with police the man said his intentions were to give the girl a hug but he did not want to harm her. The man was not charged, but arrangements were made for follow up counseling with police.
Police say although both incidents involved the same girl, they were not related and that the two men did not know each other.