(WICHITA, Kan.) — T-bone, Hillbilly, Turtle - uncommon names for some people doing a dangerous and uncommon job.
"It's never too cold to have that security of the child knowing nothing's going to happen," explains Sticks.
He's just one member of a volunteer group called BACA - Bikers Against Child Abuse. When Eyewitness News caught up with the group, they were stationed in front of Wichita home, protecting the child inside, a child that is believed to have been abused.
"There's a gap between when the abuse happens and trial and BACA comes in a fills that gap. We provide security, comfort, safety and empowerment for children that have been abused."
Sticks says its common in abuse cases for the child to get threats when trial dates draw near. That's when judges, family members or police call on the group to help - free of charge.