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James Jackson, 38, is accused of kidnapping after allegedly beating a woman in Florida and telling her he brought her to Georgia

Gas station clerk and Florida customer thwart violent abduction after the victim passes on the notes and says: & # 39; I am injured & # 39; and & # 39; call the police & # 39; before she closes herself in a bathroom to hide

  • James Jackson, 38, charged with abduction on Monday in Bonita Springs
  • Jackson is accused of abusing a woman and taking off her clothes and then telling her that he brought her to Georgia
  • Alleged victim convinced Jackson to stop at a Speedway gas station to get food
  • There she found a pen and paper and sent notes to a clerk who asked for help
  • Customer who witnessed the scene called 911 to summon delegates who arrested Jackson
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James Jackson, 38, is accused of kidnapping after allegedly beating a woman in Florida and telling her he brought her to Georgia

James Jackson, 38, is accused of kidnapping after allegedly beating a woman in Florida and telling her he brought her to Georgia

A fast-thinking woman from Florida was rescued from her alleged abductor after she had managed to pass notes to a service station attendant for help.

The foiled abduction took place on Monday in Bonita Springs. According to the Lee County Sheriff & # 39; s Office, the suspect, 38-year-old James Jackson, picked up the victim he knew from work and offered to take her home.

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The pair got into a fight in the car, causing the woman to flee from Jackson at the intersection of Davis Boulevard and Airport-Pulling Road.

Jackson pursued, followed the woman to a nearby boat dealer and then went on to mistreat her and undress, according to his arrest report obtained by NBC2.

After he had taken off the victim's shirt and bra, he dragged her back in his truck and told her he was taking her to Georgia.

The woman pretended to lose her brevity until she realized that the vehicle was on Interstate 75 in Bonita Springs.

At that time, the woman convinced Jackson to stop at a Speedway gas station on Bonita Beach Road to pick up some food.

After she entered the gas station's grocery store, she found a pen and paper and wrote two notes, which she slid to a store clerk.

One of the misses read: & # 39; I am injured & # 39; while the other said & # 39; call the police & # 39 ;.

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A client who witnessed the scene called 911 to call the police.

The victim convinced Jackson to stop at this Speedway gas station in Bonita Springs, Florida, where she wrote two notes asking for help

The victim convinced Jackson to stop at this Speedway gas station in Bonita Springs, Florida, where she wrote two notes asking for help

The victim convinced Jackson to stop at this Speedway gas station in Bonita Springs, Florida, where she wrote two notes asking for help

A customer at the gas station supermarket saw the woman move the banknotes to a store clerk and called 911, which led to Jackson's arrest

A customer at the gas station supermarket saw the woman move the banknotes to a store clerk and called 911, which led to Jackson's arrest

A customer at the gas station supermarket saw the woman move the banknotes to a store clerk and called 911, which led to Jackson's arrest

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The woman then locked herself in the bathroom of the gas station and waited for the delegates to arrive.

Jackson was arrested on the spot and booked in the Lee County Jail on charges of kidnapping and false imprisonment.

He was released on Tuesday after posting $ 5,000 bonds. He will be back in court on December 9.

Court reports indicate that Jackson was arrested in 2001 on charges of driving a suspended driver's license and illegal possession of alcohol by a minor.

He also has a criminal history in Collier County, including arrests on charges of driving a suspended driver's license, possession of marijuana, and DUI.

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