May 13th, 2010 11:54 AM
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Bond set at $5M for kidnapping suspect :: WRAL.com
Bond set at $5M for kidnapping suspect
Chapel Hill, N.C. — A District Court judge on Thursday set a $5 million bond for a man accused of trying to abduct a woman Wednesday afternoon off a downtown Chapel Hill street.
In setting the bond, Judge Beverly Scarlett said Theodore James Walker poses a danger to women.
Walker, 26, of 108 Timber Hollow Court in Chapel Hill, is charged with second-degree kidnapping, assault on a female and assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury.
Assistant Orange County District Attorney Morgan Whitney said during a court hearing that investigators found a loaded shotgun and a baseball bat in Walker's vehicle and found condoms in his back pocket.
Chapel Hill police said Walker tried to abduct a 19-year-old woman near the intersection of Rosemary and Columbia streets at about 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Two men were driving by and saw a man dragging the woman to a vehicle in the parking lot behind the RBC Bank at 101 E. Rosemary St., police said. They pulled into the parking lot to intervene, and the man let the woman go unharmed.
The man then drove off, hitting one of the good Samaritans with his car, police said. The vehicle was found abandoned at Mill Creek apartments.
Walker was arrested about two hours later after police saw him walking out of a wooded area near Timber Hollow Apartments on Martin Luther King Boulevard.
Orange County District Attorney Jim Woodall said Walker also is a suspect in the brutal beating of a woman in Pitt County, who remains in intensive care. Police found evidence in Walker's home that link him to that case, Woodall said.
Chapel Hill Police also are looking into the claims that Walker tried to get two teens to get into his vehicle a few days ago, prosecutors said. The teens ran off, and they told police they recognized Walker after seeing his photo in news reports of Wednesday's incident.
Public defender Natasha Adams told Scarlett that Walker suffers from mental illness, and his family isn't sure if he has been taking his medication. She said he has worked for the State Employees Credit Union for three years.
May 13th, 2010 12:00 PM
How bad was the man who tried to help hurt?
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May 13th, 2010 12:02 PM
They need to put this animal away somewhere before he really hurts someone!
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May 13th, 2010 01:34 PM
Don't care....obviously he needs to be some place supervised....either by an orderly in an asylum...or a caretaker in a hole in the ground. Not taking his meds? Really!? That's an excuse? Nope....not having it...
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May 13th, 2010 01:37 PM
WOW....She is very lucky...
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May 13th, 2010 01:42 PM
Yea, if not taking your meds leads to THIS, then not taking your meds is a jailable offense in my book....
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May 13th, 2010 02:24 PM
Originally Posted by usmc3169
As well purposefully not taking your meds and by that resulting in _any_ crime should be enforced equally same as anyone who does not need/have prescribed meds.
Take yer meds as prescribed and as scheduled, or suffer the real consequences just as your victims do.
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May 13th, 2010 04:35 PM
if he was involved in that many situations over several days his meds should be a lethal injection...we need this stuff off the streets...
May 13th, 2010 08:34 PM
I'm glad the women is alright and I pray the man hit is ok and this fool needs to be put away.
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May 13th, 2010 08:47 PM
His Meds should be (JHP) About at least 125gn ; )
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May 13th, 2010 08:55 PM
From what I've gathered the guy just received some bumps and bruises, nothing broken. I do agree that he should either be locked up and have the key thrown away or he should get the koolaid shot. It's just refreshing to see someone do the right thing instead of sticking their heads into the sand.
May 13th, 2010 08:58 PM
I know of some 'meds' that will heal his mental illness...permanently!Too bad his last victim didn't have the 'applicator'.
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May 13th, 2010 09:42 PM
Now that is scarry. This could happen anywhere. I never go walking now without my gun and my cell phone, and I also carry a small pink can of pepper spray. You can never be too prepared.
May 14th, 2010 02:12 AM
is it Sabre? I got my mom a can of that in pink for mothers day, along one of the kimber self defense sprays, i figure the Sabre for her key ring, and the Kimber for her car is a great idea, that way she always has one or the other
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May 14th, 2010 11:23 AM
Hmm, I have to agree with the late Col. Cooper on this one, I don't have the exact quote but after someone brought up the subject of chemical/mineral deficiancies in the brain causing criminal behavior, he stated something in the nature of he found a great deal of validity in that theory, that criminals obviously had a deficiant level of lead in their brains and that a great number of repeat offenses could be prevented through the high speed cranial insertion of about 230 grains of lead.
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