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There are 82 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Dec 15, 2012, titled Barboursville Man Arrested on Abduction Charge - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and .... In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

A Barboursville man is in custody after investigators say he abducted a woman Thursday.

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DUhhhh

Mobile, AL

#2 Dec 15, 2012
This is why you don't accept rides from strangers!
Diane

Anoka, MN

#3 Dec 15, 2012
some thing doesn't make since; If she was given a ride how was she abducted? your words are as follows
"The victim, an adult female, stated that she was given a ride from the City of Charlottesville to the Pantops area." Then the next sentence you state, "The victim was taken against her will to a remote location off Richmond Road."
Maybe the wording is just wrong. But she couldn't have been given a "Ride" if she was abducted. Please Clarify.
interesting

Scottsville, VA

#4 Dec 15, 2012
He should call kevin key for a page out of his excuse book. Was weiner having a seizure also?
JCS

Stuart, VA

#5 Dec 15, 2012
This story does not make sense in the totality of the circumstances as narrated in the story ... Hay mas? Is this considered a developing story?
Gomer

Cumming, GA

#6 Dec 15, 2012
Diane wrote:
some thing doesn't make since; If she was given a ride how was she abducted? your words are as follows
"The victim, an adult female, stated that she was given a ride from the City of Charlottesville to the Pantops area." Then the next sentence you state, "The victim was taken against her will to a remote location off Richmond Road."
Maybe the wording is just wrong. But she couldn't have been given a "Ride" if she was abducted. Please Clarify.
It becomes abduction once she states her desire to get out of the car, and he refuses to stop and let her out.
thinking free

Charlottesville, VA

#7 Dec 15, 2012
Who takes a ride from a random stranger that doesn't even live in town?
thinking free

Charlottesville, VA

#8 Dec 15, 2012
thinking free wrote:
Who takes a ride from a random stranger that doesn't even live in town?
Who takes a ride from any stranger to anywhere unless she's hot?
citizen

Charlottesville, VA

#9 Dec 16, 2012
As is usual with crime pseudo reporting in local media the overwhelming WHY is missing from the attempted article.
Ted Bundy

Charlottesville, VA

#10 Dec 16, 2012
We can SAVE THE NEXT GIRL by telling all women not to get into the car of a stranger.

Sounds simple doesn't it?

Also, not hitch hiking while being high and/or blind drunk helps too!
Wondering

Bryans Road, MD

#11 Dec 16, 2012
I was thinking the same Ted. This reminds me of Morgan, the way she could have saved herself if she had not hitched a ride with a complete stranger. Maybe this is the goon who drove off with Morgan, and the guy in the sketch was an acquaintance.
Henry Lee Lucas

Bremo Bluff, VA

#12 Dec 16, 2012
Those who put themselves in harm's way have only themselves to blame. Making excuses for suicidal behavior is only going to get more people bumped off.

Always jog with at least one or more friends when you are anywhere near the Rivanna Trail and your chances of NOT being accosted by a group of the roving backpack wearing felons is greatly increased.
Do not take candy either

Arlington, VA

#13 Dec 16, 2012
What's with women engaging in this dangerous practice of taking rides from strangers? Will be interested to hear the circumstances for this one. Hitch hiking like Morgan Harrington? Picked up in a bar? Walking along on the street and he just offered?
Looking at his mug shot, and the sketch of the guy that got Morgan, why would either woman climb into a car with those guys? Not that you can always judge a book by its cover, but sometimes you can.
Ladies -- don't take rides, open drinks, or candy from strangers. Did we not go over this with you in elementary school?
old rider

Palmyra, VA

#14 Dec 16, 2012
DUhhhh wrote:
This is why you don't accept rides from strangers!
This is why you don't give rides to strangers also !
Wondering

Bryans Road, MD

#16 Dec 16, 2012
Yeah maybe it's a case of this guy, or these guys, thinking these women are prostitutes. In Morgan''s case, she obviously was just a drunk student, not a prostitute.
CvilleGordo

Charlottesville, VA

#17 Dec 16, 2012
Wondering wrote:
I was thinking the same Ted. This reminds me of Morgan, the way she could have saved herself if she had not hitched a ride with a complete stranger. Maybe this is the goon who drove off with Morgan, and the guy in the sketch was an acquaintance.
The usual knee-jerk "HE'S THE BOOGEYMAN!" hysteria sufaces. And it took only 11 posts in a new thread.
Do not take candy either

Arlington, VA

#20 Dec 16, 2012
Dodger Bob wrote:
Couldnt agree on the prices of services.
I see you and Sick agree. I thought prostitutes were not shy about turning in Johns that stiff them. You wouldn't think it would be abduction so much as robbery. But maybe today's pro's are more savvy. Though you'd think the cops would recognize her...unless it was a Craig's list type affair.
inspector

Charlottesville, VA

#21 Dec 16, 2012
Rumor has it, and a good reliable source say he is the manager of the Food Lion at Forest Lakes, and that he did no the girl she also worked at Food Lion and they were having an affair. He should have stayed home more and took care of his homework. Hopefully Food Lion has better standards and wont have someone like this be a manager of one of there stores.
Do not take candy either

Arlington, VA

#22 Dec 16, 2012
inspector wrote:
Rumor has it, and a good reliable source say he is the manager of the Food Lion at Forest Lakes, and that he did no the girl she also worked at Food Lion and they were having an affair. He should have stayed home more and took care of his homework. Hopefully Food Lion has better standards and wont have someone like this be a manager of one of there stores.
But what would her motive have been for claiming abduction? I mean, she told the police she did not know this man and they were not acquaintances. Won't she get in trouble for that? Isn't it kind of easy for him to prove?
educated

Ruckersville, VA

#23 Dec 16, 2012
inspector wrote:
Rumor has it, and a good reliable source say he is the manager of the Food Lion at Forest Lakes, and that he did no the girl she also worked at Food Lion and they were having an affair. He should have stayed home more and took care of his homework. Hopefully Food Lion has better standards and wont have someone like this be a manager of one of there stores.
Hopefully you will also learn how to spell and the proper use of homonyms (look it up). Please let the truth come out in this, more than one man's life has been ruined by false accusation and innuendo.
Do not take candy either

Arlington, VA

#24 Dec 16, 2012
So the motive might be...she wanted him to leave his wife, and he wouldn't, so she called the cops? Or he wanted to break things off with her, so she got hot and called the cops? Just seems so extreme, but then domestic troubles and crimes of passion always are.

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