HUFFINGTONPOST.COM - Two-year-old Myla Davis can't sleep well. And if a man comes too close to her, she says, "Bad man, bad man," her dad Kelly Davis told the Chicago Tribune.
Given the kind of terror that this Zion, Ill., toddler and her family went through, her reaction is understandable.
Davis stopped an attempted kidnapping of Myla on Saturday night, and then chased the suspect through the streets of Chicago.
At 9:30 p.m., Myla and her 4-year-old sister were sliding off Daley
Plaza's Picasso sculpture, a popular play site for kids. A man grabbed
Myla by the arm, declaring her to be his daughter and calling her
"Goldilocks," according to reports. He insisted that Davis, who was
already positioned between Myla and the would-be abductor, get out of
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Tuesday, June 18 2013 7:25 PM EDT2013-06-18 23:25:07 GMT
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