Teenage girl from Alabama was abducted and transported over state borders to Florida, where she was abused, shackled, and left beneath a tree, according to authorities.
According to authorities, Coby Jerome Jordan "picked up" the child in Houston County, Alabama, on Friday night before he was joined by two other ladies, the Jackson County Sheriff's Office said on Sunday.The victim was a youngster under the age of 18, but the spokesman was unable to provide any specific information about her age or the circumstances surrounding how she and Jordan met. If the victim knew any of the accused prior to Friday remained unknown.
Around one in the morning, the group brought the victim to an empty building. Police claim that on Saturday, Jordan beat her and taped her wrists and feet together.
After that, they relocated her and dumped her in an undisclosed spot, under a tree.
Around 6:15 a.m., a local citizen saw the victim bound and reported it to the police. Saturday. Upon their arrival, sheriff's officers discovered the girl still chained with her hands behind her back.
She was taken to a nearby hospital and is likely to make it, according to the police.
Ultimately, authorities claimed Jordan was taken into custody and charged with robbery, false imprisonment, interfering with a victim, and violence.
Authorities claimed that one of the women, Molly Michele Jarrett, was also detained and charged with first-degree principal robbery, first-degree principal false imprisonment, first-degree principal interference with a victim, and first-degree principal violence.
Early this week, they are anticipated to appear in court.
It was unclear right away if either suspect would face federal charges.
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