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Man Arrested For Attempting to Kidnap 6-year-old Girl

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A man was arrested on outstanding warrants and for attempting to kidnap a young girl Friday, Oct. 5.

Frankie Lee Foster, Jr. was observed by witnesses to have approached a 6-year-old girl on her bicycle. Foster's police report states that he got behind the girl seated on her bike and held her hands down on the handlebars.

Witnesses in the report observed Foster pushing the girl off of the path to a fence near a house while screaming for her mother.

When adults approached him, witnesses say he said "he was God" and then fled the scene.

When interviewed by police, Foster said that he went to help the girl who had fallen off the bike.

Foster was arrested for kidnapping, possession of a firearm and feloniously pointing a firearm.

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