Fmr. Faulkner student charged with attempted kidnapping | News
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA)- The Montgomery Police Department has charged a former Faulkner University student with first-degree attempted kidnapping following an incident on the Faulkner campus. The incident apparently happened Wednesday, April 4.
Camille Langley, 24, was charged with the Class B felony and transported to the Montgomery County Detention Facility. Langley, a native of Jamaica and most recently a resident of Brooklyn, NY., is being held on a bond of $300,000.
Montgomery Police say they responded to Faulkner Wednesday morning after Langley, armed with a knife, went to campus administrative offices and attempted to see the university president and the former vice president of student services. She was apprehended by security personnel before reaching her destination.
MPD authorities say during the course of an investigation, statements by witnesses and Langley indicated her intent and led to the attempted kidnapping charge.
MPD said there is information about a motive, but that information is not being released at this time.
The investigation is ongoing.
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