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ALBAN PARK, Del – A 9-year-old girl was dropped off at her home by a family friend at around 8:45 p.m. Wednesday. The girl was able to get into the building but found the door lock to her home and no one answering. She then left the building to try and find her family. While walking down the street she was approached by an Asian or Hispanic man driving a four door vehicle. After offering her a ride, she got inside the car. The man then drove the girl to a secluded area and raped her. She was able to get out of the car and run for help. Someone found the girl and took her to a nearby convenience store where she called her mother who came and picked her up. 911 was called after the mother learned what happened to her. Also interesting to note, the Delaware police are investigating two other abduction rape cases, but have said there is no evidence this incident is related. I would also like to add, who drops off a kid that young and doesn’t make 100 percent sure they are inside? I have always done that and still do even though they are now teenagers.

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  • Jessica Wagner

    I always wait after dropping someone off for them to be in the house before I leave…even with grown adults. Always better safe then sorry!

  • Su Do Nim

    Put me on the “wait to be sure they are inside” team. It's just common sense, and common courtesy, which we all know is severely lacking in some people.

    I hope this little girl gets the help she will need to get over this trauma.

  • Deety

    Same here. That's just how my mother taught me to do it. You never leave until you see them walk in the door.

    Although, it sounds like the girl's apartment had an indoor hallway, so maybe the friend assumed once she got in the first door she was okay? I might do that with an adult, but for a child, no way.

  • UniqueMommy1984

    Even though I was a teenager even my friends mother's and father's have always watched me go into the house. I know I sure as hell wouldn't of left an 9 year old girl like that. I would of waited until I knew she was inside the apartment/house before I left. I swear some people just lack common sense now a days.

  • http://twitter.com/soplisako Lisa Sopko

    Some people have no common sense. When my daughters were 3 and 4 years old I asked their father to drop them off at my sisters apartment. I called my sister to say the girls would be there soon. While she was waiting on them to show her son's school called to say her was ill and she needed to come get them. The school was right across the street so she rushed over to get her son. While she was away my daughters and their father showed up. He let them out of the car and watched them enter the apartment complex but not my sisters apartment. He then drove off and left them alone in the hallway. One of my sisters neighbors spotted the girls out in the hall and let them in to call me. My sister showed back up with in five minutes and my girls were unharmed but things could have ended much worse! Had that neighbor not been home or even worse some kind of sicko things could have ended so much worse. It scares me to even think about!

  • darsa

    Heck, the kids I drop off are in their mid-teens and I still do that! And did nobody ever teach this child not to go with strangers???

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    I always watch for the kids I drop off to go into their home as well. What concerns me more though with this story is where was the girls mom in the first place? Was she home and didn't hear the door? Was she not home? Either way, shouldn't she have known that her daughter would be home around the time she was dropped off and waiting for her?

    If my daughter is out and I don't know when she will be back, I will stay and wait for hours and put off any plans I had just to wait for her. In the very least, this kid could have had keys to get into her home if the mother knew she wouldn't be there. Mine has keys, though I am almost always home.

  • Guest

    Where tha hell was the mom that her kid was getting dropped off & she wasn't waiting!?!???

  • Peosh

    When is the U.S. going to stand up and do something about this problem? Rapists should be castrated! No Dick + No Balls = No Repeat Offenders.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    That's not true at all. If they lost their “man parts” they would just use a foreign object to rape with.

  • Peosh

    Then chop off their hands.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    Let's just go for the head…..

    I had a boyfriend once who had a fascination with toes. He wanted to (and I know this is weird) F@%$ me with his toe. I thought he was joking at first but he was quite serious. Needless to say, that relationship ended mighty quickly. So, in response to your idea of cutting off their hands, I doubt that would work either. Lol.

  • Parrot Toes (kathybird)

    Let's just go for the head…..

    I had a boyfriend once who had a fascination with toes. He wanted to (and I know this is weird) F@%$ me with his toe. I thought he was joking at first but he was quite serious. Needless to say, that relationship ended mighty quickly. So, in response to your idea of cutting off their hands, I doubt that would work either. Lol.

  • Peosh

    How about a big black tattoo that says 'RAPE' across their face.

  • Peosh

    I would like to pose a question; how many people out there actually give a fuck about their kids and how many of those actually put their kids first in their lives?

  • AMGallagher

    I always wait until whoever I drop off is inside, but the poor kid did get into her building….and then HER door was locked. I would have also assumed that she had gotten into her apartment.

  • Maureen

    My sister-in-law has a bad habit of not being home when its time to drop of my 8 year old niece so we don't leave her building until comes back from her apartment and gives us the thumbs up … or worse yet when my sister-in-law comes to the car for money.

  • Soobs

    I don't understand not WATCHING someone get into their home, before leaving. I do this with adults!

  • kaylara

    Not enough, if you read this site.

  • kaylara

    This sounds like the quality parenting I received from my mother. Why didn't this girl have a key to her own house? I know with me, (and my sister) it was because we weren't “allowed” in the house unless my mom was home. Regardless of how hot or cold it was or how long we would have to wait. We started breaking into the house at one point because standing outside for hours sucked, and after school we wanted to eat/drink/go to the bathroom, etc. We got in big trouble for that and were told the next time we did that, we'd get beaten. So after waiting outside for 4 or 5 hours after school one day, we called my grandfather and he came and broke into the house for us, showed us how to pop the door with a credit card, and told us to have our mom call him when she got home. And when she did, he went up one side of her and down the other, and we had a key made the next day for us and were allowed in the house.

    If I'm driving someone home, I make sure they go in the door before I leave. And if it's a child who may need to go into an inside door, I'd probably wait a few minutes to make sure that they were in and weren't coming back out, but that's just me. I know plenty of people who just drive off as soon as you're out the door of the car.

  • WriterOnFire

    My BFF in high school had a drunken one night stand with a younger guy who said he was a virgin & demanded the same service, she sobered up right quick & got the hell out lol.

  • WriterOnFire

    This is horrible. Poor little girl :(
    I never drop off anyone without watching them walk through a door either & I make it clear to anyone transporting my kids that they are not to do it either. I can't wait to find out where the mother was when she should have been home.

  • OpiumBeast

    I like your story. Though it's a bit sad, it's a good story, and I'm glad your grandfather was looking out for you.

  • defenestratethis

    I like your grandpa.

  • madmom&aunt

    i am from delaware…and this happened 1 block from my mothers house and my cousin was interviewing. This is horrible. In just 1 county there are 4 incidents where women/young ladies were abducted by 3 different looking males. delaware itself is small, but the police still have yet to find 1 of the 3. Come on now, they can try harder, I have 1 police officer patroling my job premises b/c 1 of those women where abducted across the street at the plaza in daylight! it hurts me to know when i say bye to my niece i dont know what could happen! she leaves in wilmington w/ my mother…and alban park is just a park in wilmington at the camby park complex…please pray that we get this resolved for our friends and family.

  • whatever

    I am the same way no matter if it one of my kids friends or mine I always make sure they are safley inside. If it was inside a building I would make sure I had a call first before I left!!

  • Sadder&wiser

    While I was home, recovering from a very serious illness, my ex-husband dropped my 7-year-old off at his Baptist school … on a day they were closed. He didn't notice that there weren't any children or teachers there, no cars, no traffic, no one but my poor little boy.

    We had one kid in Catholic Middle School, and the little one at the Baptist Elementary. The two schools had completely different holiday and teacher-training-day schedules, and with me down for the count trying to recover from pneumonia, the wires got crossed.

    The fact that I didn't remember the school was closed for “professional development” that day means I'm not Mother of the Year, I admit. I confess my attention was pretty much wrapped up, that day, with Trying to Breathe.

    But I would have noticed that the poor little guy was the only human there. Thank God a cleaning crew found him, hiding behind a storage shed on the playground, crying his poor little eyes out.

    Guess why the ex is an ex? Yup. That was just about the last straw. Guy was smart, handsome, rich, talented, good in bed, said all the right things, had two PhD's, etc. etc. But he seriously didn't notice or care about a single thing in this world except himself. When I read about Bruce Pardo, I realized they are the same kind of guy. Someday I'll probably see that jerk's name here …

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WUSPJ56WM63ZAO7MYQGILWWWPM aliceinchainsboy

     some chicks like to suck on toes..

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WUSPJ56WM63ZAO7MYQGILWWWPM aliceinchainsboy

    Delaware is as bad as florida.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WUSPJ56WM63ZAO7MYQGILWWWPM aliceinchainsboy

    Delaware is as bad as florida.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WUSPJ56WM63ZAO7MYQGILWWWPM aliceinchainsboy

    Delaware is as bad as florida.