Would-Be Kidnapper Arrested

From Glynn County Police:

FLORIDA MAN ARRESTED AFTER ATTEMPTED KIDNAPPING AND CHASE

On Monday, October 22, 2018, at about 2:30 PM the Glynn County Police Departmentreceived a report of an attempted kidnapping in the area of East Glynn Avenue in the Thalmann Community. The victim, a 75-year-old Glynn County resident, reported being accosted while riding her bicycle, by a black male in a white Toyota Avalon. 

The male, armed with a gun in hand, grabbed the female and began pulling on her. The female told the male she did not think he wanted to do what he was doing, at which time the male let go of her. The male then returned to his vehicle and fled down Georgia Hwy 32.

Deputy Stephanie Britt with the Glynn County Sheriff’s Office intercepted the offender vehicle on Georgia Hwy 32/99 near Buffalo Drive. Deputy Britt attempted to stop the vehicle at which time a pursuit ensued. Glynn County Police Officers joined the pursuit in the Sterling area, which traveled south on Hwy 341 to Butler Drive. 

The driver attempted to make a right turn onto Butler Drive and the vehicle crashed into the barrier wall on the exit 36A southbound off ramp. The vehicle then struck a van which was traveling down the off ramp. The occupants of the van were not injured, and the driver of the car was transported to the Southeast Georgia Health System – Brunswick Campus for minor injuriesbut later released.

The driver was identified as 21-year-old Nicholas Dwain Frazier of Sebastian Florida. Frazier was arrested and charged with Kidnapping, Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of Certain Crimes, and numerous traffic violations. Frazier is being held in the Glynn County Detention Center.Anyone having information which could aid in this investigation is asked to call InvestigatorClifton Quinn at 912-554-7811 or the Silent Witness line at 912-264-1333.

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