Father Arrested For Allegedly Kidnapping His Son’s 15-Year-Old Girlfriend, Police Say

Photo Credit: Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar

A Texas father is accused of kidnapping his son’s 15-year-old girlfriend at gunpoint, Kens5 News reported. 

Alexander McCormick, 35, was arrested Friday on charges of aggravated kidnapping, and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after police say he kidnapped his son’s 15-year-old girlfriend. 

According to the news station, McCormick had been tailing a group of teens in his black Dodge Ram pickup truck before abruptly cutting them off in traffic. The teens told police that McCormick got out of the vehicle and pointed a gun at them demanding the 15-year-old girl

“get out of the car.”

The frightened young lady complied with McCormick, leaving in his car. Reports state that McCormick drove the teen to his residence where his son was waiting. Words were reportedly exchanged and the girl was then dropped off at a park. The young lady kept an open communication with friends throughout the entire ordeal, who then notified police of her whereabouts. 

McCormick was arrested at the park. He is also on bond for another felony arrest for threatening young people who allegedly damaged his truck.  

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