Dallas man pleads guilty to kidnapping, sentenced to prison

Posted on March 22nd, 2012 No Comments

A 24-year-old Dallas man has pleaded guilty to the charges against him stemming from a December 2010 incident in which he, along with two accomplices, robbed and abducted a Denton woman.

The men forced the women to withdraw from numerous ATM’s and ultimately left her in the trunk of a car for more than 14 hours while they drove from Texas to New Mexico. The woman was later released, and returned home to Texas. The Dallas man entered a guilty plea on the charges of aggravated robbery and aggravated kidnapping.

The two other men involved were previously sentenced for their parts in the crime. The 24-year-old was the last to be sentenced, and was given 60 years for each charge. He will serve his sentences in prison concurrently.

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