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Police: Man flashed, tried to kidnap girls at school bus stop

Posted April 25, 2009

— Durham police officers arrested a man who two girls said flashed them and tried to kidnap them from a school bus stop early Friday.

The girls told police that the man had exposed himself to them and tried to coax them into his vehicle at a bus stop near Lynn Road and Pleasant Drive shortly before 6:30 a.m. The girls also said that a man in a green SUV had been exposing himself to them at the bus stop for several months.

Officers stopped a green Isuzu Rodeo near the bus stop and arrested Efrain Noyola Jamie, 35, of Hursey Street.

Jamie was charged with two counts each of indecent exposure and attempted kidnapping.

He was being held in the Durham County Jail under a $1 million bond Saturday.


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  • NC Reader May 1, 2009

    Not just flashing, corona -- attempted kidnapping as well.

  • corona29 is loving some Pliney Apr 27, 2009

    1 million bond????? for flashing?

    Could be wrong but I dont think even attempted murder is that high.....maybe he has other charges.........

  • devilblue Apr 27, 2009

    I don't understand why these pervs think that showing their stuff will help them lure any girl to get in a vehicle with them! My goodness!

  • Coach K is still GREAT Apr 27, 2009

    Is he an Illegal?????
    I'm glad the girls are ok. Lock this monster up and throw away the key!!!!!!! DON'T deport, he'll be back in a few years probably doing the same thing...

  • seaturtles246 Apr 27, 2009


  • ambidextrous cat Apr 27, 2009

    Err... cultural. But still what does "kidnapping"(aka coaxing kids to get into the car) or flashing have to do with his culture?

  • ambidextrous cat Apr 27, 2009

    What does this article have to do with a "multi-racial community?" Who knows what race the girls where... and the man looks white to me. Obviously there are different races here in NC, and there always will be.

  • rushbot Apr 27, 2009

    I am so happy for all that we receive in our great multi-cultural community, aren't you?