A community activist, who helped the year-old victim after the attack Monday on the South Side, says she's home safe and in good spirits with family. Police say her so-called friends turned against her, and before the attack, was away from home for five days without anyone reporting her missing. Harris says the group of girls seen attacking the high school sophomore did so after she refused to go along with their plan to perform sex acts on an older boy, then threatened to tell the police. The attack left the victim, who suffers from a mental disability, with lacerations to the forehead. In addition to the beating, detectives are now looking into whether she was also the victim of sexual assault in the days prior. Along with investigating the attack caught on video, police are also looking into the victim's home-life.
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Suspicious package causes hazmat situation at fire station in Wesley Chapel. The Pasco Sheriff's Office says Brian Alvarez told them he "never touched" the year-old, but the victim reportedly claims otherwise. Deputies say the victim told them she went to Alvarez and asked if she could "experiment" with him because she wanted to have a baby. The teen claimed she and Alvarez had sex about 10 times, according to law enforcement.
An Aurora, Illinois, boy who disappeared in when he was 6 years old has apparently escaped two kidnappers who held him for the past seven years, according to an Ohio police report. NBC 5's Phil Rogers has the latest. In , 6-year-old Timmothy Pitzen 's mother picked him up at school in Aurora, Illinois, took him to the zoo and a water park, and was then found dead of an apparent suicide at a motel. Authorities say she left a note saying her son was fine but that no one would ever find him.