Warrant: Woman escapes after being kidnapped, stripped, bound in - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Warrant: Woman escapes after being kidnapped, stripped, bound in Lubbock home

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A nearly naked 48-year-old woman escaped from her accused kidnapper on Sunday after she was taken against her will on Friday, Sept. 16 from El Rodeo on 48th and Ave. Q, according to a search warrant from the Lubbock County Courthouse.

According to court documents, the woman arrived at El Rodeo around 10 p.m. on Friday. As she was getting out of her vehicle, her ex-boyfriend approached her in an aggressive manner. The report states she pushed him away but then lost consciousness.

She told police she woke up the next day, on Saturday, and found she was inside of her ex's home in the 500 block of 54th Street. The woman was naked and left on a bed. Her hands were bound behind her back and her ankles were bound together. Both her hands and ankles were tied together with yellow caution tape, and her ankles were also bound with wire.

The court documents also say the woman's mouth was covered with a red shirt and tied with the yellow caution tape.

The next day, on Sunday, as her accused kidnapper was taking a shower, she was able to free her wrists and pick up a pair of needle nose pliers that were left near her to remove the wire from around her ankles, according to the search warrant details.

She was able to find her pants, but was not able to find her shirt so she grabbed a pink curtain to cover her chest before she ran out of the door into an alley. 

The court document says as she ran, she removed the red shirt from her mouth, ran to a nearby home and called police.

The woman was taken to the hospital for her injuries.

Documents also say a child was inside the house where the woman was being held. When police went to check the home for the child, they found the caution tape, the wire and the needle nose pliers. The child was removed and placed with the mother.

The suspect has not been arrested in this case, and due to the nature of the case and the current investigation, the suspect's name will not be released.

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