Police Say Former Student Tried to Kidnap College Official

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – A former Faulkner University student is accused of attempting to kidnap the school’s president and former vice president.

Police say Camille Langley, 24, has been charged with attempted kidnapping after showing up to the administrative building, armed with a knife, reports the Montgomery Advertiser. Authorities learned she intended to kidnap the two individuals, although they would not comment on her motive.

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