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Alyssa Bonal, a victim of the attempted kidnapping, said her daughter told her that she was playing with homemade slime while she was waiting for her bus Tuesday morning when she saw the man running towards her.
“His first words from her were: ‘Someone tried to kidnap me. She grabbed me by the throat and had a knife. “She said she could kick, she tripped him and she broke free,” Amber Bonal told the News Journal in an exclusive interview Wednesday morning, just over 24 hours after the incident. attack. “She said, ‘Mom, I had to leave some kind of evidence, like Law & Order SVU.’ We have probably seen all the episodes on Hulu. She is a smart cookie, think on tiptoe. She has that drool all over it. ”
Alyssa Bonal Age
Alyssa Bonal is 11 years old.
The girl who fought the kidnapper helped catch the suspect thanks to ‘Law & Order
The limo’s blue tint as part of the evidence that led 30-year-old Jared Paul Stanga to police was arrested and charged Tuesday night in the attempted kidnapping case. Escambia County Sheriff Chip Simmons said Stanga had a white Dodge Journey in his home like the one seen in surveillance video used in the attack and that the vehicle had a matching license plate. Simmons said Stanga tried to paint over the chrome front bumper with black paint when officers knocked on his door.
The sheriff also said that Stanga still had blue tint on his arms, like the one Alyssa had said he left her.
Stanga was detained without incident Tuesday night and charged with attempted kidnapping, aggravated assault and battery. He made his first court appearance Wednesday when a judge set his bail at more than $ 1.5 million.
In court Wednesday, Stanga’s defense attorney, Robert Dees, cast doubt on whether his client is the correct suspect, saying the girl was unable to definitively select him from a list of photographs and that she initially described him as Hispanic, while Stanga he is caucasian.
Meanwhile, the Bonal family is still recovering from the kidnapping attempt. Alyssa is fine, her mother said, although she doesn’t think she fully understood how close she came to being taken away.
“If they had taken her …” Amber said, covering her eyes as she began to cry, her voice trailing off. “If she had taken her, she could have lost her forever.”
Tuesday started as a normal school day for the Bonal family.
Amber, 30, has her own cleaning business, although she has been unable to find work for the past year due to the pandemic. She lives in a trailer damaged by Hurricane Sally on Old Corry Field Road with Alyssa, as well as her teenage son, Christopher, her 18-month-old daughter, Jazzlyn, and her dog, Boo.
Amber said Wednesday that she has been trying to move her family to “a better part of the city,” although she has not been able to raise the money for the move due to her being unemployed during the pandemic. She recently got her family to receive food stamps and she can barely pay the rent each month.
Still, young Alyssa has taken recent financial difficulties in stride, helping with grocery shopping and childcare when she was not excelling at West Pensacola Elementary school, where she recently earned the A honor roll. / B.
“She’s very smart. She loves school,” she said Amber. “She’s very shy and shy, but once the outer shell wears off, she’s just a ball of energy. She is very funny, brave, different. She is the girl who wears different kinds of clothes. Sometimes they tease her and she would come home and talk to me about it, and for a while she had trouble making friends because of her uniqueness. But now she has good friends, they talk about girls on the phone, she is adorable. ”
Alyssa’s bus stop used to be at the end of the driveway where Amber’s trailer and a few other trailers are located. But due to a shortage of bus drivers, the Escambia County School District moved Alyssa’s bus stop about 50 yards from her entrance to the corner of busy Old Corry Field Road and Perdido Street about halfway through the year. school.
On April 29, two weeks before her attempted abduction, Amber said that Alyssa came home from school and told her that a strange man had approached her and made her feel uncomfortable.
“She told me that a man in a white car stopped, spoke to her and said ‘hello’ or ‘hello’ or something like that,” she said. “He proceeded to get out of the car, and that’s when she ran to the next stop and got on the bus. She went to school, she told her teacher.