Scared to walk home from bus stop?

So last week, me and my little sister (age 6) went for a walk only on our street, one car passed by.. Nothing happened. We went back to sit on our front porch to paint our nails when a black car ( the one that passed by) parks in front of our house and 2 men get out of front and passenger seat. I quickly rush my

So last week, me and my little sister (age 6) went for a walk only on our street, one car passed by.. Nothing happened. We went back to sit on our front porch to paint our nails when a black car ( the one that passed by) parks in front of our house and 2 men get out of front and passenger seat. I quickly rush my sister isnide as they seemed to want to head toward us probably thinking we were home alone or something. (We weren't) I tell my grandma a car is outside they are getting out) she says oh its fine. Prob just stopped.. I believed her but then when I walking home from bus (yesterday)stop with my sister the car is waiting behind the busthe car drives away. Am I just paranoid.anyway as we are walking home I. Notice the car alit .. ( I plan to memorize license plate if it happens tommorow) when I see it near my house but 2 houses away and the engine starts when me and my sis get towards our house.. We rush inside safe.today.. I see a white van by the street near my street ( side street)it begins going towards us so we go to our street quickly when I notice a wallet on the ground. I wanted to open it but I didn't assuming it could be a trap.. I told my grandma about the wallet she says don't touch it. I haven't told her or my dad about the car yet. I need tips on how to stay safe when walking home and how to fight kidnappers . I checked a website and a sex offender/kidnapped lives near me help.my dad cannot pick us up from. Bus stop because he always sleeps at the time

Best Answer:

don r: Tell your school principal about this. You need more adults on your side. Your Grandma needs to be looking out for you more. She may not want you to be worried, but the world has changed a lot since she was a girl and kids walked all over the place without a care. Don't blame Grandma, but you need to tell her about this again and have her call the cops to get extra patrols to keep school kids safe.

Other answer:

don r:
Stranger danger is actually very rare. You are more at risk being molested by someone you know and trust. Just read the paper when sex crimes occur. Usually it is a neighbor, uncle, cousin, baby sitter, teacher, coach, step dad, grand father, etcetera.

Abduction is rare, too. Most child abductions are committed by a parent who loses custody of their child so they just take them.

There are Ariel Castros out there but they are very rare. Just know your surroundings, never walk alone, take pictures of license plates of strange cars and make sure they are automatically uploaded to the cloud in case someone takes your phone.

Ask your local police if they can add foot, bike or horse patrols in your neighborhood. Prevention is worth a pound of cure.

backahead:
do you have a cell phone? if so put the cops in memory or speed dial. if you see the car again, call the police but yes get the license plate most important. What did you dad say about this? I gotta think he could show up one day, tomorrow.
Tremaine:
If you have any friends that can give you a ride home tell them what's going on or tell a principal or teacher and see if there is anything they can do.
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A thought shared.
Mordecai:
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bob:
ask ur neighborhood for help.