2-MEN ARRESTED FOR KIDNAPPING WOMAN AFTER SHE REJECTED THEIR ADVANCES AT A GAS STATION

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U.S. NEWS: DECATUR, G.A.

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Two men have reportedly been arrested for allegedly kidnapping a woman at a gas station after she rejected their advances. According to a report from NEWSWEEK, the incident took place on March 20th at an Exxon Gas Station in Decatur, Georgia.

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According to police, 21-year old, Quentin Williams and 19-year old, Rodrequicge Allen, allegedly made advances at the woman while at the gas station. Shortly after the woman rejected their offer, the two men forced the woman into the trunk of a car and fled the scene.

Police said the woman managed to convince the pair that her “cousin was following the car.” The story must have worked, because the men ended up letting her go at some point. Police confirmed the woman’s story of being released on the side of Wesley Chapel Road, a few miles away from the Exxon Station she was kidnapped from.

Law enforcement tracked the suspects down via surveillance footage from the gas station and social media posts. Both men were arrested on Wednesday and charged with kidnapping. Allen was also hit with a charge for being a felon in possession of a gun. Both men were last reported to be in the Dekalb County Jail, being held with no bond.

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