- Man, 47, pushed his way into daycare facility in Newark, Delaware
- Police say Calvin Davis punched an employee and grabbed two infants
- Workers at the daycare prevented Davis from walking away with the children
- Police arrested Davis and charged him with kidnapping and other offences
Police in Delaware say two day care workers prevented a stranger from walking out with two infants he grabbed.
State Police say a man pushed a worker at Happy Kids Academy in Newark early Friday to enter the facility.
Spokesman Sgt. Richard Bratz says the man went to the infant room, punched another worker in the face, and picked up two infants.
47-year-old Calvin Davis attempted to steal infants at a day care facility in Delware but was stopped by employees
Bratz says when the man tried to leave with the babies, a worker stood in front of the door to stop him. Another worker grabbed one baby.
Troopers say a worker caught the second baby before the child fell to the ground. The suspect ran away. Bratz says police arrested the man nearby.
Bratz says 47-year-old Calvin Davis will be charged with kidnapping and other offenses.
The incident occurred at the Happy Kids Academy in Newark, Delaware on Friday morning
Sgt. Richard Bratz, PIO Delaware State Police said that Davis was arrested and charged with kidnapping and other offenses (Pictured: February 2017)