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Kidnapped woman saved after leaving note at KFC asking for help

Officers arrived at the scene just after 5 p.m. and found the victim and a man named Diego Glay, her boyfriend, who matched the descriptions provided by the KFC employee, according to the arrest affidavit.Glay and the person in question, who went to Tennessee by Greyhound transport from one more state to meet him, got into a contention, and when she attempted to leave him a few times, he wouldn't release her, police said in a news discharge.

"Glay held her actually despite her desire to the contrary with actual attacks, dangers and being equipped with a handgun," Memphis police said.The lady let police know that Glay had been genuinely oppressive toward her by hitting her directly upside the head and that when she attempted to leave him, he took her telephone and held her back from leaving his sight for a really long time at a time, the arrest sworn statement said.

Glay, 23, was accused of hijacking and sidestepping capture. He is being held in the Shelby County Jail on $35,000 bond. NBC News has asked his legal advisor for input on the charges.

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