Abduction victim jumped from car to escape

Abduction victim jumped from car to escape

A man who abducted a Good Samaritan, forcing him to jump from a moving car to escape, has been remanded in custody.
A court heard Garry Kelly forced James Horne at the point of a screwdriver to drive to a forest track.
Mr Horne had earlier bought cigarettes and alcohol for Kelly from a shop after he told him he did not have ID.
A sheriff told Kelly, 26, to expect a "lengthy custodial sentence" when he returns to court on 29 August.
Stirling Sheriff Court was told Kelly approached his victim, who he had never met before, outside a shop in Larbert.
Mr Horne agreed to buy the items,... read more

1 August 2017 in Regional, Views: 41
Source: BBC

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