A woman on Dyer Road called 9-1-1 Oct. 14 to report that a man attempted to abduct her 2-year old daughter from a trampoline in her yard.
The man was described as white, about six-feet tall, wearing a white shirt and blue jeans, with short black hair. She said that she had lived there for only a week and did not know who he was.
Officers were dispatched to set up a perimeter around the area and K-9 units from Alto were called to assist, along with a GSP helicopter. The dogs tracked for approximately 30 minutes and the search continued for about one and a half hours, but no one was found. The child was uninjured.
10/24/11 at 09:35 PM
I heard from a person that lives right up the road from this place and they know what goes on in Madison Co. and they said this was a hoax from the start? I mean get real if you set up a perimeter around the area and you get the K-9 units out to look and you have a GSP hhelicopter in the air YOU ARE GOING TO FIND WHO YOU ARE LOOKING FOR unless your dogs ain't no good?
Seems the dogs so highly trained dont seem to do so well unless the car is standing still or person with handler there.
didnt not too long ago in less then 1/4 mile the Hall county dogs couldnt find guy hiding off the road near Lula? now the dogs and helicopter once again fired up and come up empty, I think too much is spent on the heli and K-9 that yeild far far less then they cost.