After rejecting two men at a gas station, a woman was allegedly stuffed into a trunk. After the alleged kidnapping, two Georgia men were arrested for the crime.
Wednesday, the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office announced that Atlanta resident Quentin Williams, 21, and Rodrequicge Allen, 19, of Covington, were arrested and charged with the felony crime of kidnapping.
According to inmate records, Allen was also charged with possessing a firearm by a convicted felon or first offender probationer.
When she was at an Exxon gas station on March 20, on Glenwood Road in Decatur, allegedly, Allen and Williams “made advances” to the female victim, Monqua Johnson, “against her will.”
“When she declined, the suspects allegedly abducted her and put her into the trunk of a car, releasing her later on Wesley Chapel Road,” police said.
The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Unit, which worked with U.S. Marshals and the DeKalb Police Department Gangs Unit in Ellenwood, apprehended both suspects on Wednesday.
They were taken to the Dekalb County Courthouse, where they are currently being held without bond.
Newsweek obtained an arrest warrant for the two suspects. The suspects allegedly entered the Exxon station and went to a game room in the back. Williams and Allen allegedly “forcefully removed the victim by pulling her hair and forcing her into the vehicle.”
“The victim was only able to convince the males to let her leave the car after saying that her cousin was following the car,” the warrant continued.
A gas station surveillance video ID’d both Williams and Allen. Williams was also identified due to his clothes matching photos on social media.
The police did not release the victim’s age.