Mother and three children escape from boyfriend thanks to & # 39; Call 911, CALL 911 & # 39;

Mother and three children escape from the crazed friend's car with the help of a witness who saw her note begging & # 39; Call 911, BEL 911 & # 39;

  • William Jamal Wilkinson, 36, is accused of imprisoning his girlfriend and her two sons in his black Ford Taurus from 2005 and threatens to injure them
  • He was said to be driving them on the Long Island Expressway before stopping at a gas station where the woman presented a sign with & # 39; Call 911, CALL 911 & # 39;
  • A witness saw that sign and called the police, who pulled the car shortly afterwards
  • The woman, her 13-year-old son, and three-year-old twin boys with autism were released and Wilkinson was arrested for multiple crimes and misconduct.
  • He has been taken to court on Wednesday and his next day in court has been set for Friday
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A woman saved herself and her three children because her boyfriend was holding her in a moving car with a note that said: & # 39; Please call 911, CALL 911 & # 39; in New York on Tuesday.

William Jamal Wilkinson, 36, is said to risk injuring his girlfriend, her 13-year-old son, and her three-year-old twin boys with autism while driving on the Long Island Expressway, the New York Daily News reported.

The woman held up the side of the car window while stopping at a gas station and a witness called the police to bring her to safety.

Wilkinson was arrested and charged with illegal imprisonment, endangering the well-being of an incompetent physically handicapped person, endangering the well-being of a child, and possession of marijuana, according to Nassau County court records.

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A woman saved herself, her 13-year-old son, and three-year-old twin boys with autism because they were reportedly being held in a car by her friend, William Jamal Wilkinson, 36 (photo), with a note that reads: & # 39; Call 911, BEL 911 & # 39 ;, Tuesday in New York

A woman saved herself, her 13-year-old son, and three-year-old twin boys with autism because they were reportedly being held in a car by her friend, William Jamal Wilkinson, 36 (photo), with a note that reads: & # 39; Call 911, BEL 911 & # 39 ;, Tuesday in New York

Wilkinson would have forced the woman and her sons into his black Ford Ford on Tuesday and refused to deport them.

Just before 1:30 pm Eastern on Tuesday, at a Mobil gas station on Glen Cove Road in Roslyn Heights, the woman kept the sign & # 39; Call 911, CALL 911 & # 39; to the passenger window of the car.

A passerby took note and called the police, who the car stopped shortly after Wilkinson left the gas station.

The wife and children were released and Wilkinson was arrested.

Wilkinson (photo) is said to have forced the wife and her sons into his black Ford Ford on Tuesday and refused to evict them, threatening to hurt them while driving along the Long Island Expressway

Wilkinson (photo) is said to have forced the wife and her sons into his black Ford Ford on Tuesday and refused to evict them, threatening to hurt them while driving along the Long Island Expressway

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Wilkinson (photo) is said to have forced the wife and her sons into his black Ford Ford on Tuesday and refused to evict them, threatening to hurt them while driving along the Long Island Expressway

Wilkinson is now confronted with a barrage of crimes and misconduct, according to court cases.

He was brought to court for four counts of illegal imprisonment, two counts for endangering the well-being of an incompetent physically handicapped person, one for endangering the well-being of a child under the age of 17, and one crime counts for possession of marijuana on Wednesday.

Wilkinson's next lawsuit was set for Friday.

Just before 1:30 pm Eastern on Tuesday, at a Mobil gas station on Glen Cove Road in Roslyn Heights (photo), the woman kept the sign & # 39; Call 911, CALL 911 & # 39; up to the passenger window of the car. A passerby took note and called the police, who stopped the car just after Wilkinson left the gas station. The wife and children were released and Wilkinson was arrested

Just before 1:30 pm Eastern on Tuesday, at a Mobil gas station on Glen Cove Road in Roslyn Heights (photo), the woman kept the sign & # 39; Call 911, CALL 911 & # 39; up to the passenger window of the car. A passerby took note and called the police, who stopped the car just after Wilkinson left the gas station. The wife and children were released and Wilkinson was arrested

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Just before 1:30 pm Eastern on Tuesday, at a Mobil gas station on Glen Cove Road in Roslyn Heights (photo), the woman kept the sign & # 39; Call 911, CALL 911 & # 39; up to the passenger window of the car. A passerby took note and called the police, who stopped the car just after Wilkinson left the gas station. The wife and children were released and Wilkinson was arrested

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