Kearsley schools warn of suspicious man who talked with student at bus stop

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GENESEE TOWNSHIP (WJRT) (9/6/2019) - Kearsley Community Schools issued an advisory to parents after a suspicious man tried to talk with a student standing at a bus stop Friday morning.

The student was waiting at a bus stop in the area of Carpenter and Bray roads in Genesee Township when the man drove up in a newer model royal blue pickup truck.

The man rolled down his window and tried to talk with the student, according to a letter from Superintendent Kevin Walworth. The student walked away and waited for the bus elsewhere.

The Genesee Township Police Department was investigating the incident Friday. Walworth said the student described the suspicious man as about 5-foot-8 to 5-foot-10, bald and wearing a dark blue shirt and jeans.

He told parents the incident is a good reminder for parents to talk with children about strangers and remaining aware of their surroundings.