Rep. Hewitt introduces bill to make child luring a crime

On Thursday, Reps. Lee Hewitt and Nancy Mace, R-Charleston, introduced a bill, H. 5006, to make child luring a crime. The legislation is in response to concerns from Mt. Pleasant and law enforcement officials about attempted efforts by adults to lure children into cars or vans, sometimes using puppies as lures, and the inability to charge the person with a crime. The bill is modeled after Florida's child luring law.

Hewitt-Mace_copy.jpgReps. Nancy Mace and Lee Hewitt with the bill they filed to make child luring a crime in South Carolina.