An Arlington man faces a life prison sentence after he was convicted of kidnapping a Las Vegas woman and threatening to take her to a cave and "brainwash to be his wife."
An Arlington man faces a life prison sentence after he was convicted of kidnapping a Las Vegas woman and threatening to take her to a cave and "brainwash to be his wife." Fort Worth Star-Telegram
An Arlington man faces a life prison sentence after he was convicted of kidnapping a Las Vegas woman and threatening to take her to a cave and "brainwash to be his wife." Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Arlington man found guilty of kidnapping Las Vegas woman faces life in prison

December 23, 2017 08:33 PM

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