3 People Sentenced in Alabama Carjacking, Kidnapping Case

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By CBS-8 News

Three people have been sentenced on charges stemming from a carjacking and kidnapping in May of 2011.
   
Officials in the U.S. Attorney's office say 26-year-old Joshua Gilley, of Enterprise has been sentenced to 46 months in prison and 25-year-old Westley Rogers, of Ozark, has been sentenced to 32 month in prison after pleading guilty to carjacking. Authorities say 37-year-old Melissa McGee, of Daleville, has been sentenced to 210 months in prison after pleading guilty to kidnapping.
   
Authorities say the men assaulted and carjacked a couple McGee lured to a rural area and drove off with the couple's three young children. Authorities say after the carjacking, two of the couple's childreMONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Three people have been sentenced on charges stemming from a carjacking and kidnapping in May of 2011.
 
Officials in the U.S. Attorney's office say 26-year-old Joshua Gilley, of Enterprise has been sentenced to 46 months in prison and 25-year-old Westley Rogers, of Ozark, has been sentenced to 32 month in prison after pleading guilty to carjacking. Authorities say 37-year-old Melissa McGee, of Daleville, has been sentenced to 210 months in prison after pleading guilty to kidnapping.
 
Authorities say the men assaulted and carjacked a couple McGee lured to a rural area and drove off with the couple's three young children. Authorities say after the carjacking, two of the couple's children were left on a driveway in Black, Ala. and McGee took the couple's 2-month-old baby to Dothan.

(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)n were left on a driveway in Black, Ala. and McGee took the couple's 2-month-old baby to Dothan.

(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

 




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