Fall out of car, get hit by car, steal a baby: All in a day’s work

After falling out of one car and getting hit by another, the man allegedly tried to abduct a 1-month-old baby girl from the backseat of her parents’ car.

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After falling out of one car and  getting hit by another, the man allegedly tried to abduct a 1-month-old baby  girl from the backseat of her parents’ car. 

A drugged-up lunatic managed to get himself into three kinds of trouble on  one stretch of Kansas City road.

He was high on PCP when he fell out of a moving car Saturday afternoon near  Interstate 70, said cops, who didn’t release the man’s name.

On the pavement, he was run over by another car, WDAF-TV reported.

He got up, apparently badly injured, as several cars stopped to see if he  needed help.

“It looked like he was dead on the road, like flat and everything,” said Sara  Morris, who pulled over.

That’s when he staggered over to Morris’ car, opened the back door and tried  to abduct her 1-month-old baby daughter Emily.

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Dad Matthew Nicotra struggled with the suspect, who was  high on PCP, according to police.

“He was just trying to grab her out of the backseat and I got out and grabbed  him and told him ‘let go of my daughter!’” dad Matthew Nicotra recalled.

The man was taken to a local hospital, and could be charged with attempted  child abduction. Baby Emily wasn’t hurt in the struggle.

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Sara Morris said the man looked “dead on the road” after  he was run over.

A friend of the suspect’s told WDAF that he is fighting for custody of his  two other children after his own baby daughter died about a month ago.

His daughter’s mother and her boyfriend are facing charges after the  boyfriend admitted to throwing the little girl against a wall.

“It’s been a very traumatic, hard experience for him,” Amy Maurer said. “But  by no means was he trying to cause harm to this child. When he saw that baby, he  snapped.”

But Morris said the tragedy gave the man “no right to grab my child at  all.”

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