Parents describe the “dead dark stare” faced by a stranger trying to snatch their daughter off the street

The parents of a six-year-old Ohio girl who almost got caught dumping the trash on her doorstep described their daughter’s kidnapper with a “dead dark stare.”

Ken’adi Nash was just steps from the front door of her home in Hamilton, Ohio, when a random stranger identified as Deric McPherson, 33, approached the boy, grabbed her hand and tried to pull her down the street.

The house’s ring camera filmed the brazen attack, which took place in broad daylight on Wednesday.

The brave little girl cried out loud as she tried to get away and ran into her house.

Once inside, Ken’adi told her parents — Ricky Nash and Mandie Miller-Nash — about the horrific ordeal of what happened, saying that “a man tried to kidnap me” and that he touched her “private parts.” have.

Nash’s father, who is the father of three other daughters, got into his car and chased the perpetrator while calling 911. “I chased after him like he still had my kid. [I] I definitely didn’t want him to have another kid,” Ricky said.

He said that McPherson was trying to “dive in and out of alleys and through people’s yards to get away from me,” WLWT reported.

Police later found McPherson on Erie Boulevard at a store called Paul’s Auto Lot. He was found hidden in an old Dodge caravan.

“I told him I hope he’s ashamed and that he gets what he deserves,” Ricky said.

McPherson was charged with kidnapping and gross sexual assault. He is being held in the Butler County Jail

Six-year-old Ken'adi Nash, pictured with her parents Rick and Mandie Nash, recounts the details of her horrifying ordeal when she was nearly kidnapped outside her home in Hamilton, Ohio by a man identified as Deric McPherson, 22 She took out the trash.

Six-year-old Ken’adi Nash, pictured with her parents Rick and Mandie Nash, recounts the details of her horrifying ordeal when she was nearly kidnapped outside her home in Hamilton, Ohio by a man identified as Deric McPherson, 22 She took out the trash.

Ring cameras captured the brazen attack, which took place in broad daylight on Wednesday. Ken'adi remembered what her mother had told her about the

Ring cameras captured the brazen attack, which took place in broad daylight on Wednesday. Ken’adi remembered what her mother had told her about the “stranger danger” and luckily escaped the perpetrator who almost abducted her from the street outside her home

Deric McPherson, 33, of Hamilton, Ohio, was described by Ken'adi's parents as having a

Deric McPherson, 33, of Hamilton, Ohio, was described by Ken’adi’s parents as having a “dead, dark look.” McPherson was charged with kidnapping and gross sexual assault. He is being held in the Butler County Jail

Sitting between her parents, little Ken’adi appeared on Fox & Friends and kept shaking her head when co-host Todd Piro asked her if she was “okay”.

Mandie told the host that Ken’adi knows about the “alien threat” because they’ve talked about it in the past. She encouraged other parents to do the same.

“It can happen in the blink of an eye, in the blink of an eye,” said Mandie, who mentioned that in the four years they’ve lived in their neighborhood, this is the first time something like this has ever happened.

“I just want her [parents] Having conversations with their children and letting them know this is real and can happen, and taking the necessary precautions…if something like this ever happens.”

According to Mandie’s Facebook page, the family is now trying to move away from Hamilton because Ken’Adi is ‘desperate to move out of this house/neighborhood [as soon as possible].’

McPherson walked away from the outside of Ken'adi's home after the attempted kidnapping took place Wednesday in Hamilton, Ohio

McPherson walked away from the outside of Ken’adi’s home after the attempted kidnapping took place Wednesday in Hamilton, Ohio

McPherson was found hiding in an old Dodge Caravan on the property of Paul's Auto Lot, police later found him and arrested him

McPherson was found hiding in an old Dodge Caravan on the property of Paul’s Auto Lot, police later found him and arrested him

The Nash family (pictured here) with three of their four daughters

The Nash family (pictured here) with three of their four daughters

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s child advocate Callahan Walsh told GMA that Ken’Adi did everything right.

“She kicked, screamed, pulled away. That’s exactly what we’re teaching kids about what to do when a suspected kidnapper is trying to grab them,” Walsh said.

Around 83 percent of children confronted with a potential kidnapping escaped by doing something “proactive,” such as B. Kicking.

“She’s the reason she’s safe at home tonight,” he told GMA.

Walsh also advises parents to talk to their children about what to do sooner rather than later in such situations.

“Start with things like walking around your neighborhood and pointing out which houses your child might go to in an emergency, what the neighbors are called, what the parents’ full names are, what their phone number and home address are,” he said Walsh said.

“These are things to teach your young children, the basics of child safety.”

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Emma Colton

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