Two of the men reporting they were attacked "didn't want to tell officers why they were in Baytown," Baytown police Detective Edgar Elizondo said.
There have been three cases reported since March 23, with one of the incidents involving two 17-year-olds, police said. In that case, the two teenagers from Houston said they met with two women at an apartment complex after speaking to them on the chat line. The teens were robbed at gunpoint and their car was stolen, police said.
On Sunday, police went to a hospital, where a 24-year-old man who was stabbed in the head said he met with two women at an apartment complex after speaking to them on the chat line. They were walking through the complex when he was attacked by three men, who robbed him, according to police.
A similar incident happened Monday, also involving the chat line. A 45-year-old man was assaulted and his car was stolen after meeting with two women at an apartment complex.
Elizondo said police are trying to track down the women and the company that owns the chat line.