Fort Bend ISD police address recent 'stranger danger' incidents

MISSOURI CITY, Texas - Authorities are investigating multiple stranger danger incidents reported by Fort Bend ISD students.

Fort Bend ISD Police Chief David Rider sent out a letter to parents addressing the recent reports of strangers and suspicious vehicles that have been reported to school officials.

Most recently, parents of Baines Middle School students were notified about an incident this week in the Sienna Steep Bank Village neighborhood.

School principal Jennifer Roberts, notified parents after a student reported seeing a suspicious vehicle watching here residence before school. The vehicle is described as a dark gray Kia Optima sedan.

The girl told authorities that the vehicle, driven by a white man believed to be in his late 20s or early 30s, followed her to her bus stop.

This incident, as well as the others, are being investigated by the Fort Bend ISD police and the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office.

"We have been establishing close patrols in the areas of the incidents, and we're working in cooperation with other law enforcement agencies to investigate each report," wrote Chief Rider. "Fortunately, our students have told their parents or our administrators about these occurrences, and we appreciate them coming forward with this information."

Anyone with information about these incident is asked to contact one of the following agencies:

  • FBISD Police Department at 281-634-5500 
  • Student Crime Stoppers Hotline at 281-491-TIPS (8477)
  • Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office at 281-341-4704 
  • Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at 281-342-TIPS (8477)
  • Text GETPAID and a message to 274637 (CRIMES)

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