Thursday, April 27, 2006

TOPIC: Darryl Littlejohn Facing New Indictment for 2005 Abduction Attempt
CBS4 in Boston reported, "A 19-year-old woman claims he was posing as a police officer when she was dragged into the back of his van last October. His D-N-A was allegedly found on handcuffs used to bind her hands. This alleged victim apparently recognized Littlejohn when she saw his picture on television in the wake of Imette St. Guillen's murder." BlogNYC reported:
"Reports have surfaced this morning that Darryl Littlejohn, the man indicted for the abduction and murder of Imette St. Guillen, is set to be arraigned this morning on seperate charges for attempting to abduct a college student in Queens in 2005.
The Queens district attorney's office said it would announce an indictment Thursday in connection with the abduction of a York College student on Oct. 19, 2005, but declined to identify the defendant. A telephone call to Littlejohn's lawyer was not immediately returned Wednesday.
The law enforcement official said Littlejohn, 41, had been linked to the attempted abduction of a 19-year-old woman who told investigators she was approached by a man driving a blue van. The official said that the attacker — carrying handcuffs and wearing a blue law enforcement baseball cap — forced the woman into the van, but that she later jumped out and escaped."
Originally posted on BlogNYC by James Poling

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