Man exposing self, attempting to abduct teens in Grady County


GRADY COUNTY, Okla. – Parents in Grady County are on high alert after two sisters say a named man tried to attack or kidnap them on a rural road.

The sisters were riding a four wheeler down the County Road 1270 and County Street 2940 near Amber, but the joy ride took a life threatening turn.

“They were almost attacked by a man who had no clothes on,” said their mother, Kim Dockery.

The sisters asked NewsChannel 4 not to release their names because they’re now living in fear of that man.

They first spotted him in a maroon pickup.

“I had a funny feeling, and I thought he was going to come for us.”

The 24-year-old’s feelings were right. She says the man chased them, tailgating their bumper ad reaching 60 miles per hour.

“I was like, ‘Oh my God. We’re about to die.’,” said one sister.

A mile down the road, the pair says he jumped out of his truck fully nude.

“He jumped out like that out of his truck and almost grabbed my wrist, and I did that, and he took off,” one of the sisters explains.

The 17-year-old sister says she jerked her wrist away just in time.

A terrifying encounter that reminds the Grady County Undersheriff Rusty Pyle of a similar man targeting drivers in the area.

Undersheriff Pyle says this could be the same man who near County Road 1270 and flashed people driving down the turnpike three years ago.

If it is the same man, investigators say he’s obviously becoming more dangerous.

“He was smiling the whole time,” said the younger sister.

The sisters say they feel lucky that they were able to get away on the four wheeler.

Their family wants this attacker off the streets.

“If he was to walk through our door we would kill him,” said Dockery. “That’s our children.”

The family describes this attacker as a white man around 5’1″ tall and around 200 pounds. He’s in his late 30s or early 40s. He is balding and has a scruffy beard. He wears glasses and was last seen driving a maroon pickup truck.

If you have any information on the suspect or the vehicle, call the Grady County Sheriff’s Office at (405) 224-0984.