Williamson County Sheriff’s deputies step up patrols after ‘suspicious incident’

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WILLIAMSON COUNTY (KXAN) — The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is stepping up its patrols in the Rattan Creek area Sunday after a driver pulled up to two girls in their yard and asked them to follow him.

Deputies responded to a suspicious incident call around 12:15 p.m. when a caller said an older white male driving a white car pulled up to someone’s front yard and asked two young girls to follow him.

A sheriff’s office spokeswoman said the man did not get out of his car and deputies only responded to one call about the man on Sunday.

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