2 arrested after kidnap report

Wednesday, April 25, 2012 1:15 PM
Last updated 7:24 PM
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Two men were arrested after a reported kidnapping in Harrisburg Tuesday.

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According to Richmond County sheriff’s Lt. Blaise Dresser, residents in Harrisburg saw a woman being assaulted and thrown into a black sedan by two men around 11 a.m.

The vehicle was later stopped on Washington Road where deputies found drugs in the vehicle.

The female victim confirmed the witnesses’ stories but told deputies she did not want to prosecute against her boyfriend, William Marx, and Talon Moore.

Marx, 51, was booked into the Richmond County jail on drug charges after deputies discovered crack cocaine and Xanax in his jacket.

Moore, 24, was charged with possession of marijuana.

Charges were not filed in the assault or kidnapping.

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Just My Opinion
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Just My Opinion 04/25/12 - 08:11 pm
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Man. Drugs sure bring the

Man. Drugs sure bring the oddest people together! I wish that this woman would have decided to prosecute, if not for herself, for the rest of us! Marx looks like he's one crack pipe away from...well, you get the idea.

HighSociety
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HighSociety 04/25/12 - 10:14 pm
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What makes you think this guy

What makes you think this guy is a crackhead? I remember seeing the old 'this is your brain on drugs' campaign , but this picture may have left a real impression on me.

butterflygina
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butterflygina 04/26/12 - 09:37 am
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Next we will hear of a

Next we will hear of a missing woman and these two as persons of interest...

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