Incredible! Hero teens save kidnap victim

Incredible! Hero teens save kidnap victim
Best friends Aaron Arias, 19, and Jamal Harris, 17, via www.nbcdfw.com
Best friends Aaron Arias, 19, and Jamal Harris, 17, via www.nbcdfw.com

It all started when a 25-year-old woman was leaving a function in Texas. The pretty blond was accosted in the parking lot by a black man, wearing an orange shirt who hit her in the head with a gun and forced her into the backseat of her car.

Enter the cutest boys ever, best friends Aaron Arias, 19, and Jamal Harris, 17, who share a love for pretty girls and a love for comic books. They even have matching superhero tattoos.

While driving around, they noticed the pretty blond and Harris made eye-contact. Then the teens realized something was horribly wrong as the kidnap victim mouthed the words “help me” to the boys, who acted like true superheroes by following the car and calling police.

When the police arrived, a thrilled Arias shouts with glee, as evidenced on the 911 call.

The suspect, Charles Atkins Lewis Jr., was arrested. After the victim was rescued, she gave the boys a big hug.

Aaron Arias said,

“I would describe it as the best hug I have ever gotten.”

The story is reminiscent of another recent kidnapping attempt thwarted by a pair of quick-thinking teens. Temar Boggs, 15, and his friend saved Jocelyn Rojas, 5, who was lured out of her yard by a man offering her ice cream in Pennsylvania, as reported by wptv in what should have been a major news story.

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Renee Nal

Renee Nal

Renee Nal is a co-founder of TavernKeepers.com, a news and political commentary site founded by former Glenn Beck interns. She is also the National Conservative Examiner. Renee is an associate producer for Trevor Loudon's political documentary, 'The Enemies Within.'

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