Southlake Police are investigating the report of a teen who says he was approached by three individuals in a black or dark-colored SUV last night shortly before 10:00 p.m. as he was walking along the 600 block of East Dove Road.
The teen reported one of the individuals displayed a knife and told him to get into the vehicle. That individual is described as a white male in his 30’s, with brown and gray stubbly facial hair, wearing a black Nike shirt and gray sweatpants. The teen refused to get into the vehicle and was able to run away. The driver of the SUV reportedly drove away in an unknown direction.
While the incident was initially reported last night, the teen was not made available to be interviewed by detectives until late this afternoon. The incident is still currently under investigation.
If you have any information related to this report, please contact Detective Briggs at (817) 748-8336 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aspiring writers ages 13 – 18 should grab their favorite writing pen and notebook to get tips from the pros while learning skills such as character development and world building.
Registration is not required.
Julie Murphy’s Writing Workshop is June 15 at 2 PM on the third Floor of Southlake Town Hall.
Heather Reid will teach two workshops, one on June 23 and the other on July 7, both at 2 PM on the third Floor of Southlake Town Hall.
For more information, call the Southlake Library at 817-748-8243.
School’s out for the summer! Now what? Here is a list of all the programs and camp that the City of Southlake Parks and Recreation department offers for teens.
Teen Scene (Ages 12-15): Join our family friendly staff as they take your teenager to some of the most fun and interesting places DFW has to offer. We will meet at Durham Intermediate School where we can shoot hoops, play cards or just hang out and meet new friends before heading out for the day. Only limited weeks are available.
Leadership Development Workshop (Ages 15-22): The leadership development workshop is targeted towards assisting our youth in gaining exposure to principles in leadership, understanding styles of influence and building trust. Through a highly interactive format this workshop supports a more prepared transition into: interviews and internships, leading and participating in group projects, creating and portraying a positive image, and preparing for attending college. Please note the dress is business casual.
If you are interested in signing your teen up any of these programs, you can register online or at the Parks and Recreation office located at 1400 Main St, Suite 210.
For more information please contact (817) 748-8019 or visit www.SouthlakeParksandRec.com