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Crime Greer police searching for woman wanted in kidnapping, conspiracy case

19:20  25 february  2020
19:20  25 february  2020 Source:   greenvilleonline.com

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Police are searching for a pair of suspects involved in kidnapping after a car connected to the case was discovered today.

Greer police are searching for a woman they believe was involved in a kidnapping and stabbing.

a woman looking at the camera: Greer police are searching for Patty Ann McAbee, she's wanted on charges of kidnapping, conspiracy and accessory before the fact of a felony. © PROVIDED/Greer Police Greer police are searching for Patty Ann McAbee, she's wanted on charges of kidnapping, conspiracy and accessory before the fact of a felony.

Patty Ann McAbee, also known as Patty Sizemore, is wanted for accessory before the fact to a felony, kidnapping and conspiracy, according to warrants shared by Greer police.

Warrants say, on Dec. 31, 2019, McAbee messaged the victim claiming to need his help before driving him to a location where three people were waiting to stab him.

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Most of the kidnapping cases , the kidnapper comes from the same family as the victim, or a friend. These type of scenarios happen mostly in a family which is strict It means, culprit hasn't kidnapped in the sequentially scheduled work. He/she is kidnapped somewhere, where, it is expected the least.

Warrants say McAbee also messaged one of the alleged assailants to let them know where the victim was seated in the vehicle before McAbee and the victim arrived at the scene.

A second warrant for a kidnapping charge claims, after the assault, McAbee drove the victim and the alleged assailants away from the scene, but the victim was able to escape when the vehicle was stopped.

McAbee is believed to still be in the Upstate, according to Greer police.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Prino with Greer Police at (864) 968-7018

This article originally appeared on The Greenville News: Greer police searching for woman wanted in kidnapping, conspiracy case

Attempted abduction reported near UMN campus .
An attempted abduction was reported Sunday evening near the University of Minnesota campus. At 6:05 p.m., an adult male approximately 40 years old, reportedly grabbed a female in the 700 block of 8th Street Southeast, which is west of Dinkytown. She fought him off and he fled on foot, according to Minneapolis police spokesman John […]At 6:05 p.m., an adult male approximately 40 years old, reportedly grabbed a female in the 700 block of 8th Street Southeast, which is west of Dinkytown. She fought him off and he fled on foot, according to Minneapolis police spokesman John Elder.

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