Easton parents encouraged to talk stranger danger with their children

Easton school officials want parents to talk with their children about stranger danger. Police say a man in a dark colored Mercedes offered a 15-year-old

EASTON - Easton school officials want parents to talk with their children about stranger danger.

Police say a man in a dark-colored Mercedes offered a 15-year-old high school student chocolate. The incident happened at a school bus stop on Katchele Street Wednesday.

Investigators say the teen immediately told his dad, who called police.

Police say they have alerted nearby police departments. They are urging students and school bus drivers to be on the lookout for suspicious activity.

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