That's where the 5th grader was riding her bike. The man stopped his car to ask for directions. What happened next, sent the girl running.
He hasn't been arrested. The family opted to not show their face or name.
"I just saw my daughter, inside the house, running and crying and shaking. Like, 'mom, mom there is somebody out there.'"
Without thinking twice, she ran outside to look.
"I said, 'calm down honey, what happened? Tell me.'"
Her daughter told her while she was riding her bike, a man stopped his car and opened his door. That's when the victim realized the man wasn't wearing pants and was touching himself.
"It was so sad, for a little girl, 11-years old to see that."
The girl threw down her bike and ran home.
"Middle of the day, busy street, very close to my house."
A similar situation happened in April just a few blocks away in the 100-block of Paddock Drive. Now this mother worries what was supposed to be a fun summer day, will put a scar on her daughter's life.
"When I went to sleep, I was thinking, 'What is my daughter thinking now? How will this affect her.'"
Police don't have much of a description for the man, just that he was driving a black, four-door car with gray interior.