Police: Woman kidnapped at gunpoint, suspect arrested
ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Police arrested a man on Saturday, after they say he kidnapped a Glendale woman at gunpoint and allegedly forced her to drive him around Roseburg.
The woman was in her vehicle in the parking lot of Jack in the Box in Roseburg, when a man flagged down her car.
The man, later identified as Billy Ray Williams, 63, of Roseburg, then got into the passenger side of the woman's car and pointed a gun at her, telling her to drive him around.
The victim drove the man around town, but eventually told him that she was hungry and needed to get some food.
Just after 8:00 p.m., the woman went into Bob's Deli on NE Stephens St., and reported that a man was in her car, and that he had kidnapped her at gunpoint.
Officers arrived and say they found Williams sitting in the victim's car.
Police say they found an unloaded revolver in the passenger side door, and took Williams into custody.
The 42-year-old Glendale woman was unharmed.
Williams was lodged in the Douglas County Jail on charges of second degree kidnapping, menacing and unlawful use of a weapon, among others.
His bail is set at $368,750.