Monday, July 25, 2011

Two people expect in court, accused of kidnapping 90-year-old Taylor

This victim was targeted and plotted against because these defendants wanted to fleece him.1 preliminary examination in 23rd District Court.Taylor police speculated that Pickrell was abducted because the suspects believed he had money.He faces an Aug.

Taylor — Two men will be in court today on charges they kidnapped a 90-year-old man with dementia from an adult care facility.The facts alleged in this case read like a bad movie," Worthy said in the release.Pickrell liked to go to a doughnut shop opened by Khattar, Worthy's office said in a press release.The real tragedy is that this is not fiction.

Alfred Khattar, 54, of Lincoln Park and his 25-year-old son, Ted Robert Tomes of Ypsilanti, will be arraigned in 23rd District Court today on one count each of unlawful imprisonment, conspiracy to commit unlawful imprisonment, first-degree vulnerable adult abuse and second-degree vulnerable adult abuse.Police arrested Tomes and Khattar on Saturday.Howard is jailed on a $100,000 cash or surety bond.Pickrell was found at an Ypsilanti motel on Friday after police received a tip.Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy alleges the men and Darrell Shelby Howard, a 50-year-old Detroiter who was arraigned Saturday on the same charges, abducted Floyd Edward Pickrell from an adult care facility on the 12500 block of Telegraph on Tuesday.

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