Woman found chained in North Carolina shed
RAEFORD, N.C. (AP) – A man has been charged with kidnapping after deputies say they found a woman chained up in a shed outside of Fayetteville.
News outlets that Hoke County deputies who were responding to a disturbance call Tuesday heard a noise coming from a shed behind a home in Raeford. Authorities say they looked inside the shed and found a woman who was restrained with rope and a chain.
Deputies say the woman told them she had been tied up and placed in the shed against her will by 52-year-old Gary Alen McNair.
McNair, who lives nearby, was arrested and charged with second-degree kidnapping.
The victim suffered bruises on her wrists and arms.
Online jail records do not list whether McNair has an attorney.
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