According to court records, a KFC employee ended up saving the day over the weekend by phoning the cops after a woman left a note begging for help.
Diego Glay, 23, is accused of kidnapping and evading arrest after allegedly holding a woman against her will.
Officers were informed by a KFC employee that a woman had left a note begging for assistance and giving a characterization of the woman and the guy with her, according to the affidavit.
Officers made contact with Diego Glay and the woman who fit the description provided by the KFC employee.
Glay, according to records, refused to follow officers’ commands and fled. The suspect was apprehended after a brief foot chase.
Records show that the victim told authorities that Glay had been holding her against her will with physical attacks, threats, and a pistol. The victim stated that she and Glay were in a relationship.
She also informed officers that the suspect had been physically violent to her, pummeling her in the face, and that when she tried to leave, he took her mobile and kept her from leaving his field of vision for days at a time, according to the affidavit.
The suspect told authorities that he and the victim had been staying in cheap, spontaneous hotels throughout the city.
Glay is scheduled to appear in court on May 17, and his bond has been set at $35,000.