A 55-year-elderly person was accused of assault, attack, kidnapping, and armed robbery on Wednesday.
A Lawton man was captured in the wake of compelling a lady to drive to a cornfield and assaulting her.
As per the Van Buren County Sheriff’s Office, the occurrence happened on Tuesday, Nov. 5 around 11:30 p.m., a young lady allowed to give 55-year-old Jimmy Lee Mitchell a ride home in Paw from the Main St. Laundromat in Lawton.
Appointees said Mitchell constrained the lady to drive to a cornfield, attacked and assaulted her, constrained her to drive to Paw, burglarised her and took off.
While out and about, specialists state Lee brought out a blade and constrained the lady to drive to a close-by cornfield where he physically and explicitly attacked her. Lee, at that point, constrained the lady to take him home to Paw where he looted her and ran off.
The lady called 911 and delegates set up a parameter around where he was most recently seen. A K-9 unit was acquired and followed by Mitchell. He was captured.
Agents state the lady announced the occurrence of the dispatch. Specialists set up an edge in the region and led a K-9 pursuit of the part to discover Lee and capture him. Lee is a routine guilty party, and he was taken to the area prison and accused of criminal molestation, seizing and armed robbery.
The unfortunate casualty was taken to the medical clinic for treatment and discharged. Specialists won’t release adverse casualty information. Anybody with more data about the episode that could help the examination should contact the sheriff’s office as soon as possible.
Judge Michael McKay set a bond for Mitchell at $1 million.