Man arrested on kidnapping, robbery charges in Montgomery - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Man arrested on kidnapping, robbery charges in Montgomery

Alijua Scarver (Source: Montgomery Police Department) Alijua Scarver (Source: Montgomery Police Department)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

A 24-year-old suspect is in custody, charged with the weekend kidnapping and robbery of a man whom the Montgomery Police Department says owed him money.

Alijua Scarver is charged with felony first degree robbery and felony second degree kidnapping, according to investigators.

The robbery happened in the 7600 block of Vaughn Road on Saturday, July 26 when Scarver is said to have taken the victim to a local bank. At the bank, the victim was able to pass a note to the teller explaining that he was being held at gunpoint and needed help.

Police say after the victim and Scarver left the bank, Scarver robbed him of the money he withdrew. A short time later, police say Scarver released the victim, who was unharmed.

Police found Scarver the next day in the 900 block of West South Boulevard and arrested him.

Scarver is being held at the Montgomery County Detention Facility on a bond totaling $90,000.

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