In NEW IBERIA, Louisiana, A sanitation worker in southern Louisiana who was making his trash run reportedly tipped off police to the whereabouts of a missing 10-year-old girl who was last seen getting into a car with a convicted sex offender.


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“Recently, I came across a grey automobile sitting in the middle of a field. Whoever he was, he was the father of the 10-year-old. I just prevented the death of a young girl. That little girl’s life was just averted because to me, bruh. Praise the Lord, bro. Having finally cornered him, “Merrick shared his emotions of relief and disbelief in a Facebook Live video on his own page.

Sanitation Worker Leads Police To Missing Girl

On Monday morning, Dion Merrick, a sanitation worker in St. Martin Parish, posted to Facebook that he had seen a grey automobile parked in a field and recognised it from a Louisiana State Police warning.

“Oh man, I got a feeling, bruh. What is that car doing way out in the field like that?, I asked myself.” In his video, Merrick reflected on
On Sunday night, a state agency issued an urgent notice saying they had observed the girl get into the sedan at a relative’s house earlier that day and that she was in grave danger.

“In the meantime, the girl is secure. She is currently secure. She’s safe, bruh. God bless you, dude! You understand what I mean because you also have a daughter “Merick remarked.

Merrick dialled 911 and the police came and rescued the girl, who appeared to be uninjured. On Monday morning, news outlets claimed that medical professionals were assessing the child’s condition.

Last Words

“I’m not making this up, bro. Consider yourself lucky, pooch. If you catch my drift, “According to what Merrick had to say. I mean, seriously, bruh, I just want to thank God for allowing us to find that young kid.

New Iberia Police stated Michael R. Sereal, 33, was taken into custody and an arrest warrant was filed for aggravated kidnapping. The girl’s family member, according to the State Police, knew him.

“When stuff go on like this, you heard, you share, you spread it, you know what I mean?” As Merrick put it.