This booking photo provided by the Aurora police Department shows John Stanley Snorsky, who is accused of briefly kidnapping an 8-year-old Aurora, Colo. girl from her bedroom. Snorsky is due in an Aurora court Monday Nov. 4, 2013 and faces charges of kidnapping and burglary. Police said Snorsky carried the girl from her bedroom to an alley behind her home last week, where she screamed and managed to break free. (AP Photo/Aurora Police Department)The Associated Press
AURORA, Colo. – Prosecutors have filed charges against a man accused of trying to abduct an 8-year-old girl from her bedroom in Aurora, Colo.
Twenty-six-year-old John Stanley Snorsky was charged Tuesday with several counts including kidnapping, burglary and assault.
The attempted abduction happened early in the morning on Oct. 28. According to police, the girl escaped by pinching Snorsky and running away.
Investigators say his DNA was found on the girl's clothing.
Snorsky had been on parole for a burglary conviction. He was arrested the day after the attempted abduction on an unrelated charge and later linked to the kidnapping case.
It's not clear if he has a lawyer.