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Crime Florida Men Accused of Tying Woman to Car, Trying to Burn Her Alive Inside Vehicle

11:50  02 december  2019
11:50  02 december  2019 Source:   newsweek.com

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (WKMG/CNN/Gray News) – Police are looking for two men accused of tying up a Florida woman inside a car and attempting to set it on fire. Daytona Beach Police said they were called to a parking lot around 8 p. m . Thursday and found a woman whose wrists were zip- tied to the

Police in Florida are searching for two men accused of tying a woman to the steering wheel of a car and trying to burn her alive inside the vehicle.

a close up of a light: A stock image shows a police car. Police are trying to find two Florida men in connection with attempted murder. © Getty A stock image shows a police car. Police are trying to find two Florida men in connection with attempted murder.

Daytona Beach Police Department are seeking Gibbon Agledor, 37, and a man identified only as Eric. The woman said Agledor was her ex-boyfriend, and Eric his friend, ClickOrlando reported. Agledor is accused of attempted first-degree murder.

On Thanksgiving, the men are said to have driven an unnamed 22-year-old woman to a parking lot behind a restaurant on the International Speedway Boulevard, near the junction of Hagen Terrance, The Daytona Beach News Journal reported, citing police. They allegedly used zip-ties to secure her hands to the steering wheel, before setting paper alight and throwing it on the floor of the vehicle. The suspects then left the scene in a four-door sports car.

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (WKMG/CNN/Gray News) – Police are looking for two men accused of tying up a Florida woman inside a car and attempting to set it on fire. Daytona Beach Police said they were called to a parking lot around 8 p. m . Thursday and found a woman whose wrists were zip- tied to the

Police are looking for two men accused of tying up a Florida woman inside a car and attempting to set it on fire. The woman also told police that on Wednesday night a man had duct-taped her and forced her into a car trunk at a Walmart, although she refused to give any more information on the

The woman managed to free one of her hands, enabling her to text her friends for help, according to police. At around 8:21 p.m., a friend called the police and alerted them that her friend was alone in a burning car.

Police were able to use the GPS tracker on the woman's phone to locate her. At the scene, first-responders were able to free the woman, and rescue her from the vehicle.

Officials found her tied to the steering wheel, with duct tape on her mouth, head, and ankles, ABC affiliate WFTV 9 reported. She told police her clothes and the car had been doused with rubbing alcohol.

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The victim also said she needed to go home, get her belongings, and leave, The Daytona Beach News Journal reported. She denied treatment or a ride to the police station, saying she was worried there would suffer retaliation if she cooperated with officers.

Police decided to take the woman into protective custody, and took her to Halifax Medical Center. Officials said she was "not able to make safe and rational decisions about her living conditions which create a great imminent danger to her health, safety and welfare."

The victim said the day before the incident she was duct-taped and put into the trunk of a car at the Walmart on Beville Road. She would not provide further details on the individual.

She told police: "If I say anything, he goes to jail and gets released and this happens all over again."

In November, Agledor went to the woman's work and caused a scene, according to police. Agledor was removed from the building, but stood in a nearby parking lot watching her work.

The woman's co-workers told police she had bruises on her arms, stomach, and face, and burns on her arms and legs that looked like they had been caused by a cigarette. 

Newsweek has reached out to the Daytona Beach Police Department for comment.

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