Duck hunters kidnapped and robbed of their weapons, North Carolina police say


Duck hunters have been kidnapped and robbed of their weapons in North Carolina on Thursday, officers say.

Four individuals have been heading again from a duck looking journey after they encountered individuals near their automobiles, based on the Pender County Sheriff’s Office.

Two suspects are accused of holding the hunters in opposition to their will and taking cash and weapons from the group, the sheriff’s workplace stated Monday in a Facebook put up.

One hunter was shot, resulting in non-life-threatening accidents, based on authorities. Officials stated the occasions unfolded in Maple Hill, roughly 85 miles southeast of Fayetteville.

One of the suspects, James Farland Jr., is in custody and dealing with theft, kidnapping and assault prices, based on deputies. His bond is ready at $300,000, state information present, and he’s scheduled to look in court docket Feb. 10.

The sheriff’s workplace as of Monday afternoon stated it was nonetheless trying to find the opposite suspect, recognized as 26-year-old Tyrese Daquon Lee.

Anyone who is aware of Lee’s location is requested to name 911 or Pender County officers at 910-259-1212.

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