Kidnapping charges pending in crash involving five naked people

Oh, Canada: Mounties arrest 5 naked people after car crash

The crash apparently happened after police said the suspects kidnapped three people - a man, a woman and an infant - from a home and forced them into the auto.

COPS arrested five NAKED people in Canada - accused of kidnapping a family following a vehicle crash.

A total of five suspects were arrested at the collision location, although, the release states, two of them were youth and were released with no charges.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers responding to a call about a crash in Alberta, Canada on Monday morning found quite the scene when they arrived: a auto full of naked people in various states of intoxication. The man was put in the trunk of the vehicle.

While the vehicle was being driven, the adult man, who was stuffed in the trunk, somehow managed to escape.

The three were then picked up by a passerby in a truck, which was then rammed by another vehicle and ended up in a ditch.

"Of the five subjects arrested, three adults remain in police custody", Mounties said Tuesday in a release. Two youth were released without charges. Amid the chaos, the woman also managed to flee with her baby.

The adults face charges of kidnapping and resisting arrests.

Four of the five naked people were taken to a hospital.

"The RCMP believe that this was a targeted incident and that all parties were known to each other", the police statement said.

In case you're wondering, the high temperature Monday near Edmonton was 22 degrees (fahrenheit), with a wind chill that made it feel like 12 degrees.

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