-Originally Posted January 30, 2019-
The Westport Police Department have concluded their investigation into the alleged assault and attempted abduction of a woman in their town on December 27 and found inconsistencies.
In their report, they say that they find “there is no reason to believe the community is at risk, no suspect or person of interest was identified and medical reports of the woman’s injuries were inconsistent with an assault”. They say that an outside review of the investigation by the Grays Harbor Sheriffs Office which agrees with these conclusions.
In a social media post shared December 27, Abra Cadaver Mcmullen states that she was assaulted by a man in “a lil white car”, saying the man kicked her and attempted to drag her into his car.
In statement to police, she described the man as younger, possibly Hispanic, driving a white passenger car and wearing a black hoodie.
Westport PD says that the case is considered unfounded after more than four weeks of investigation on the scene, in interviews with the woman who reported the assault and witnesses, a review of surveillance video and audio recordings, forensic medical evaluations, emergency medical services reports, 911 call audio, and interviews with registered sex offenders in Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties.
In their summary of the investigation, they tell KXRO:
Westport PD says that in order to reopen the case they would encourage anyone with information to come forward with additional evidence or details.
A GoFundMe account was set up in her name following her report, with nearly $6000 raised as of this report.