Michigan Girls Attack Kidnapper with Hot Coffee

A Michigan man who tried to kidnap an 11-year-old girl wasn’t prepared for the response he got: a hot coffee  and cold slurpee attack. A group of four girls between the ages of 11  and 14 were walking away from a convenience store in Millington when they noticed a suspicious guy following them.

The girls crossed the street, the man  did too. Then he grabbed the 11-year-old, telling her, “You’re coming  with me,” Millington Police Department Chief Jason Oliver  reports. But the Chief says the girls sprang into action, turned around  and started punching the guy, throwing their hot coffee and icy  Slurpees at him, using whatever they had to fight him off.

The man, now identified as 22-year-old Bruce Hipkins,  then tried to grab another girl by the hair, but the group continued to  assault him and he eventually ran away. The girls ran to a hotel to  call 911 and Hipkins was picked up and arrested minutes later. He’s now  serving time, facing four felonies and a misdemeanor and in his mug  shot, his shirt has a big coffee stain.


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