Police charge man Minneapolis man with aggravated stalking
Police have charged a Minneapolis man with aggravated stalking on Friday after he allegedly attempted to lure young girls into his van in St. Paul.
The Pioneer Press is reporting that Ramon Topete Pavon, 21, followed at least two girls around the Summit-University area of St. Paul Wednesday morning around 7:30 a.m.
Incidentally, the two girls Pavon was supposedly following helped lead to his arrest. One girl, who the Pioneer Press said Pavon actually got out of his van to attract before another motorist came upon his parked van, told a staff member at Webster Magnet school about the incident. The same girl said Pavon drove past her 20 times before stopping.
Another girl was able to copy Pavon’s license plate number in her school planner, according to KSTP TV.
Pavon, who was apprehended driving without a license, initially denied being in the area. However, the Pioneer Press reported Pavon’s wife said he dropped her off at work that day in the area. Pavon had earlier told police his wife’s brother dropped her off that day.