The group of children were playing at a block along Leonard Street in Grand Rapids, Michigan, at the time.
A Grand Rapids, Michigan man accused of urinating on a 5-year-old girl was acquitted of all charges Friday after police determined the child the story was fabricated.
A police spokesman for the Grand Rapids Police Department confirmed to Fox News Friday night that no charges would be filed against the 60-year-old David Allen Dean.
A 5-year-old girl, who was not identified, falsely claimed the man urinate on her if she is hiding in bushes while playing hide and seek with friends.
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Dean was on Wednesday arrested on charges of a felony sex offense, with the exception of the attack and the commercialization, WWMT News reported.
Katrena Rapier, whose two sons were playing with the young girl that day, told WWMT she came home “soaking wet” smell to urine.
It was Later determined that one of the children urinated on the girl — not the man, as the children previously claimed, according to Fox 17.
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The Grand Rapids Police and Kent County prosecutor discovered the children the story after the local Children’s Advocacy Center, followed by the children, by means of a series of interviews about the alleged crime, the news station reports.