SYCAMORE TWP., Ohio - An 18-year-old Sycamore Township man was arrested for child enticement after he allegedly attempted to lure two young girls into his vehicle.
Police say James Lohman, 18, was arrested Wednesday on six counts of criminal child enticement, all of which are a first degree misdemeanor.
According to police, Lohman allegedly attempted to lure two sisters, ages 10 and 11, into a green SUV type of vehicle on Oct. 1. on Lake Avenue in Sycamore Township. Police say as the girls walked near Lohman's vehicle on their way to school, the suspect allegedly said something to them that they didn't understand and kept walking to school.
The same vehicle was seen again on Lake Avenue on Oct. 3. Lohman allegedly yelled "Come here!" to the two girls and the girls ran to their school. Both incidents were reported to police on Oct. 3.
A third incident happened on Oct. 5 when the vehicle was parked again on Lake Avenue. Police say the suspect yelled to the two girls " Where are you guys going?"
The girls' mother was able to get the man's driver's license plate number and gave the information to police. Police began an investigation and found the driver of the 1993 green Jeep Cherokee described in all three incidents.
Lohman is currently being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center.
Police ask that anyone with information on similar incidents to call Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040.
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