This story keeps getting stranger and by the day.
Remember I told you about a 13 year old boy that was snatched from his school steps and raped by two men?
Well it seems that the boy’s story may not be all true. Or at least not the version of events that actually happened.
Detroit News is reporting: A doctor who examined a 13-year-old boy who reported being abducted from a school and raped earlier this week found no evidence of a sexual assault, a police source familiar with the investigation told The News on Friday.
The boy, who school officials say has behavioral issues, told police he opened a locked door at Wayne Elementary School on Courville Street to let two men inside Wednesday, and that they yanked him from the school, took him to an abandoned house and raped him.
The police source said that the boy’s story keeps changing. “He knows who did it,” the source said, adding that the incident was likely gang-related and involved a friend of the boy’s brother.
Police and school officials said they don’t believe the boy was abducted from the school, and that he left of his own volition.
Detroit school officials on Thursday also questioned the story told by the boy, who had been expelled from Wayne Elementary earlier Wednesday. The boy was a new student at the school who began attending classes this week.
A Detroit Public Schools Police official said there is no surveillance footage of the alleged abduction because some security cameras at the school weren’t working.
Inspector Mike Walsh said Thursday the school has two video surveillance systems. The indoor system was operational, but the outdoor system hasn’t worked in years, he said.
Resident Lawrence Snider said Wednesday he saw the youth walking down Lakepointe, which borders the school, in his school shirt, hands bound behind his back with black electrical tape.
His face was bleeding and he was missing pants and shoes and appeared “all messed up,” Snider said.
The boy told him he was raped, and Snider helped contact his grandparents.
There’s something just not right about this story…