Girl wasn't kidnapped, brother picked her up

Posted at 5:30 PM, Apr 07, 2016
SAN DIEGO -- Police say reports of a possible child kidnapping at a park in Scripps Ranch Thursday were discovered to be unfounded.
San Diego Police investigating a report of a possible child abduction at Hoyt Park at 10100 Scripps Ranch Blvd. determined no crime occurred. According to officers, a 19-year-old man merely picked up his sister and took her home.
A witness had told 10News that a young blonde girl was forced into a car by a man in his late 30s to early 40s. 
Earlier this week, not far from Hoyt Park, police say a man tried to grab two young children.