LILLINGTON, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina family is accused of chasing and capturing a man.
The Fayetteville Observer cites a Harnett County Sheriff’s Office release that says a family chased Justin Emmons on foot while shooting at him on March 15. It’s unclear what triggered the shooting.
Emmons tried to leave the area in a car, but 56-year-old Marc Christian Gettleman Sr., 59-year-old Darlene Rowena Gettleman and their son tried to block him with their car, causing a wreck. It says the Gettlemans then drew their weapons and handcuffed Emmons. Emmons contacted his family who arrived as the Gettlemans fled.
The couple was arrested Wednesday and charged with second-degree kidnapping, among other charges. Their son, 32-year-old Marc Christian Gettleman Jr., is charged with second-degree kidnapping and conspiracy.
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It’s unclear if they have lawyers.
Information from: The Fayetteville Observer, http://www.fayobserver.com