A 13-year-old Houston boy is recovering at home after an alleged racist attack.
Zavion Parker was kidnapped from a bus stop Monday afternoon.
He Was Viciously Assaulted
The distraught teen was found running away from suspects with torn clothes and no shoes, according to Houston police.
Michelle Lee, the victim’s mother, called police when her son never returned home from school.
HPD is investigating reports that 13 y/o Zavion Parker was snatched on his way home from school in East Houston. He’s ok and back with his family — but was found with a torn shirt and no shoes. He says one of the suspects had a tattoo of a racial slur. pic.twitter.com/2Aw40ubAjN
— Erica Simon (@EricaOnABC13) May 15, 2018
The 6th grade victim told authorities that shortly after he got off the school bus, five teenage boys approached him on Greenwich and Rhobell Street.
They forced him into a 4-door vehicle decorated with flames on the side.
They Stole His Property
Parker told authorities that the teenage boys were accompanied by one adult male driver.
They took them took to a abandoned house or cabin and assaulted him.
The suspects reportedly took his jacket, shoes, phone and keys.
His mother says she has received threatening messages from her sons’ phone saying they were going to “kill him.”
She added her son said one of the suspects had a tattoo on his forearm that said, “I hate black people.”