2 Men Arrested for Allegedly Stuffing Woman into Trunk for Rejecting Their Advances

According to reports, two Georgia men allegedly kidnapped a woman at a local gas station after she rejected their advances.

Quentin Williams, 21, and Rodrequicge Allen, 19, were both arrested and charged with felony kidnapping over the incident. Authorities say Allen was also charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon or first offender probationer.

Investigators say Williams and Allen “made advances” to the victim Monqua Johnson, and “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. What’s more, Williams and Allen allegedly “forcefully removed the victim by pulling her hair and forcing her into the vehicle.”

The arrest warrant also stated “the victim was only able to convince the males to let her leave the car after saying that her cousin was following the car.”

Williams and Allen were ID’d by gas station surveillance footage. Both men were later arrested without incident and taken to the DeKalb County Jail.

Source: newsweek.com

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