Suspect faces kidnapping, assault charges
Quinton Talley of Norlina has been arrested and faces charges of kidnapping and assault involving the same Henderson woman in which similar charges have been filed at least twice before.
Additional warrants were expected to be served on the 26-year-old Talley late Wednesday, including charges of first-degree rape and a second count of first-degree kidnapping, according to Lt. Christopher Ball of the Henderson Police Department and information from the clerk’s office.
Talley has been jailed, without bond, for violating a domestic violence protection order issued by District Court Judge John Davis. A $150,000 bond was set for the latest kidnapping and assault with injury charges stemming from a Monday incident.
The victim was with Talley when he was arrested, according to Ball, and taken to a hospital for treatment.
Talley is scheduled for a hearing in Vance County District Court on Nov. 4.
He also has a Dec. 9 court date for incidents on Nov. 24, 2011, and Jan. 29 of this year involving the same victim. In the 2011 incident, he is facing charges of kidnapping, assault by pointing a gun and assaulting a female. In the January incident, he is facing charges of two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, threats, and a second female victim is named.
Talley did community service in June 2010 for an incident April 15, 2009, where he was charged with assaulting a female.
In addition, his past records include charges of assaulting females, trespassing, failure to appear in court, contempt of court, show cause and failure to pay court-ordered money.
According to court records, Talley has three different variations of addresses, aliases of Quenton and Queton, and goes by the nickname “Kinky.”
According to Ball, the probe was assisted by deputies in Vance and Warren counties as well as the State Bureau of Investigation.
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