Two young Wichita girls said they were sexually assaulted and threatened by a man accused of kidnapping them. The information comes from an affidavit released in the case of Manasseh Ward. Ward was arrested earlier this month.

A 13-year-old girl told police she was walking home from school when an unknown man grabbed her from behind with a knife. She said the man told her to get in his car. The girl told police the man drove her to a parking lot at Boston Park where he sexually assaulted her.  

The following day Wichita Police were called to a report of a brother and sister who were kidnapped on their way to Clark Elementary School. The boy was dropped off at school while his 10-year-old sister said she was held in the car.  At one point the girl said Ward held a knife to her head.

The girl told investigators the driver stopped the car at four "destinations," and she was sexually assaulted at each stop. She was able to give the police a description of the driver and his car.  The girl was with officers when they spotted a car matching the description at a south Wichita fast food restaurant.   Officers arrested Ward a short time later. 

Prosecutors charged Ward, 21, with 29 counts, including multiple counts of kidnapping, rape, and indecent liberties.  He remains in the Sedgwick County Jail.