An Alabama man and woman have been arrested after allegedly kidnapping a child, transporting her to Florida, and beating her.

Alabama Man And Woman Arrested After Kidnapping And Beating Girl In Florida

An Alabama man and woman have been arrested after allegedly kidnapping a child, transporting her to Florida, and beating her.
Molly Michele Jarrett and Coby Jerome Jordan

An Alabama man and woman have been arrested after allegedly kidnapping a child, transporting her to Florida, and beating her.

On Saturday, Nov. 5, around 6:15 a.m., deputies in Jackson County, Florida, responded to a call regarding a possible kidnapping-abduction.

When deputies arrived, they found a minor with her hands bound behind her back.

Investigators say that was determined that the minor was picked up by Coby Jerome Jordan in Alabama on Friday evening. Later, they met up with two other females, one being Molly Michele Jarrett.

Around 1:00 a.m. Saturday, the victim was taken to an abandoned building in Florida, where Jordan beat her and bound her hands and feet.

A short time later, the victim was dropped off and left alone under a tree, where she eventually escaped.

Jackson County deputies located the suspects in Houston County, Alabama, with the help of Houston County deputies.

Jordan was arrested and is being charged with Robbery, False Imprisonment, Tampering with a Victim, and Battery.

Jarrett is being charged with Principal in the First Degree to Robbery, Principal in the First Degree to False Imprisonment, Principal in the First Degree to Tampering with a Victim, and Principal in the First Degree to Battery.

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