A former Ohio faculty superintendent is accused of kidnapping two kids in West Virginia, police mentioned.
William J. Morrison III, 59, of Huntington, was arrested Thursday and charged with two felony counts of kidnapping, in line with authorities.
A few week earlier, officers with the Huntington Police Division had requested the general public to assist them discover a man who lured a 9-year-old boy and 12-year-old lady into his dark-colored Subaru Forester.
Morrison enticed the children by providing them $20 to babysit, in line with police. He drove a bit after which requested the boy to examine a tire, and when the boy acquired out, Morrison drove off with the lady.
“The person ignored the lady’s calls for to be set free of the automobile, however the lady was capable of open a passenger door and exit the automobile a couple of blocks away,” police mentioned. Neither youngster was injured.
Morrison was superintendent of the Hamilton Native Faculty District in 2017 when he was arrested on drug charges, in line with NBC affiliate WCMH of Columbus. Police discovered a crack pipe and a suspected crack rock in his automotive, the information station reported, citing courtroom paperwork. Morrison pleaded responsible to a misdemeanor drug cost and was later fired, in line with The Associated Press.
He’s being held with out bond on the Western Regional Jail in reference to the newest incident, AP reported. It is unclear if he has an legal professional.