A family outing to an airplane museum turned into a horrific nightmare as young children watched their mother and grandmother yanked out of their minivan and forced to their knees at gunpoint.
The Hill family of Columbus had just spent a day at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force located at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. The group consisted of Alice Hill, 65, her daughter-in-law Wendy Hill, and her two grandchildren Aaron, 8, and Brooke, 5. The kids were on Spring Break and they had taken a short road trip.
As they wrapped up their excursion of showing the children airplanes, the family headed back to their minivan. But young Aaron had never seen so many out-of-state license plates before. He wanted to walk around and look at the different designs. So the excited boy and his grandma walked around the parking lot to check out the cars.
They finished up without incident, hopped in the family minivan, and headed home. They were just outside the base when they were pulled over by “security forces.”
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