Tulsa Women Fend Off Attempted Abduction

posted on July 15, 2015

A meeting to return a borrowed vehicle went south when the borrower reportedly attempted to abduct the lender. Roy Lincoln Canterbery had arranged to meet his daughter’s mother in the parking lot of a Tulsa, Okla., children’s hospital at about 10 p.m. Saturday to return the Ford Escape he had borrowed. After the mother got into the SUV with Canterbery, their daughter became alarmed when she saw that Canterbery appeared to be trying to abduct the woman.

The daughter ran to the vehicle and managed to pull her mother out just as Canterbery was driving off. The mother then retrieved a 9 mm handgun from the vehicle she had arrived in and fired two shots at the SUV, but was unsuccessful in stopping the theft.

Police are still looking for Canterbery and the stolen vehicle, but fortunately neither mother nor daughter were hurt during the incident.

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