LOVELAND, Colo. – Three men are facing kidnapping charges after a woman accused them of trying to force her out of her car at an outlet mall in Loveland.
Police said a woman called 911 shortly before 5 p.m. Tuesday and said a group of people, one of whom had a weapon, tried to forcibly remove her from her vehicle at the outlet mall on McWhinney Boulevard.
The suspects left the area in a vehicle and a witness followed them until police arrived. Police said the car did not stop and officers had to forcibly bring the car to a stop on the I-25 Frontage Road near County Road 16.
Four males were detained, one of whom was wearing body armor, according to police. Officers said they also found four guns in the car.
Three men were arrested: Amanual G. Hagos, 20, David A. MacGranky-Quaye, 22, and Devian D. Leal, 18. All three faces charges of first-degree kidnapping. Hagos faces a number of other charges, including menacing, resisting arrest, DUI, previous offender in possession of a weapon and violating a restraining order. Leal faces additional charges of possessing a controlled substance and violating a restraining order.
Police said the suspects and victim knew each other and the incident was not a random act.