Just four months after getting out of prison for another incident, police accuse Dunn of approaching at least three women and trying to kidnap them.
“I feel pretty good that he's behind bars,” said Capt. David Ewing of the Russellville Police Department. “We were definitely shocked that he reappeared on the radar.”
Ewing says officers got a call at 7:38 p.m., to the parking lot of First Baptist Church to a woman who said a man tried to force her into her car. When officers arrived, the suspect had already left the scene, but the victim and witnesses provided a description of both the suspect and his vehicle, which was broadcast to surrounding agencies.
The description of the car and man were similar to a 911 call made by a student at Arkansas Tech and a call about a suspicious man approaching a woman in a shopping center parking lot all within the same hour.
The woman at First Baptist told police that the suspect approached her in the parking lot and attempted to force her into her vehicle. The victim said that she was able to break free, and the man left in his dark sedan with temporary license plates.