Two Men Arrested, Charged with Kidnapping

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Updated: 8/15/2013 10:55 am

A 37-year-old male who lives in Juniper Hills Apartments was observed bleeding profusely from both arms as well as from his mouth by officers who arrived at the scene to check on his welfare. He was transported to the Frankfort Regional Medical Center where upon further examination ligature marks were discovered on his feet and hands.

The  victim stated the two perpetrators had been drinking with him earlier in his apartment before tying him up and threatening to drown him if he did not provide them with drugs.

Police arrested William Patrick Reed, 47, of Frankfort and Kevin Scott Robinson, 37, of Frankfort.

Both men are charged with kidnapping.


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