Time for our “CAN I GET AN AMEN” story of the day! At “THE MORNING BULL” we believe in the power of positivity. We believe there are more good people than bad in the world, and we believe that goodness should be celebrated when you find it!
One of the scariest things is to be out and have someone sneak up and grab you that’s what happened to Catalina Humphrey of The Woodlands. She was out walking on of the trails there and someone came up behind and grabbed her. She is escaped but Catalina said it has her rattled “I don’t wanna leave my house now…I’m still trying to wrestle with that”
Police are looking for the attacking there in the Woodlands and it has everyone on edge there. But while she recovers, Catalina is singing the praises of the “Hercules” who saved her. You see when the guy snuck up and grabbed her, this “Hercules” jumped in and officials say that it was Hercules action that kept the attack from being much worse. And who is Catalina’s Hercules – it’s her 10-month-old dog who immediately jumped in, knocked the attacker to the ground and bit the attacker.
Hercules pinned the man and Catalina said “The minute that (the attacker) ran, I saw blood on the ground,” She says that Hercules hasn’t left her side since it happened, “I think he can sense that something is wrong and I’m sad because I’m still upset about everything,” Humphrey said, “so he’s been really good about letting me know that it’s going to be okay when I feel down about what happened.”
So where ever you are in the kitchen or in the car…can throw your hand in the air, “CAN I GET AN AMEN” for this … Always focused on the good news, and if you ever see a story that would make a great amen email it in at George@thebullhouston.com
DETAILS OF THE MAN POLICE ARE LOOKING FOR:
Investigators are not certain what the suspect’s motives could have been.
They said the suspect was described as a clean shaven black male in his 20s, about 5’10”, and weighing about 175 pounds.
Investigators said he was wearing black jogging pants, a red shirt and a black baseball hat.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office will be adding extra patrols in the area and is continuing the investigation. Sheriff Henderson encourages anyone with information to contact the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office at 936-760-5800 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-392-STOP.