Suspect arrested for kidnapping driver, forcing him to drive to KFC

Police arrested a man for kidnapping driver after he forced him to drive from San Jose to a Kentucky Fried Chicken in Mountain View, California.

Police arrested a man for kidnapping driver after he forced him to drive from San Jose to a Kentucky Fried Chicken in Mountain View, California.

The chaotic string of events unfolded around 3 a.m. Saturday when 21-year-old transient Alberto Ulloa-Avila allegedly opened the passenger door of a random man’s car in the area of 14th and Santa Clara streets in San Jose.

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Ulloa-Avila allegedly hopped in the car, ordered the 31-year-old driver to take him where we wished to go and threatened to physically hurt the driver if the driver didn’t do as he said. According to Mountain View police.



After arriving at the KFC located near El Camino Real and Castro Street in Mountain View, Ulloa-Avila tried to rob the driver. That’s when the driver ditched the vehicle and started to run away. NBC Bay Area reported.

Ulloa-Avila moved to the driver’s seat of the vehicle and proceeded to drive away before promptly turning around and returning to the KFC. Ulloa-Avila then started chasing the driver across El Camino Real.

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Arriving police officers eventually found the two men along El Camino Real. Ulloa-Avila was taken into custody without incident.

Ulloa-Avila was arrested for kidnapping driver, making criminal threats, vehicle theft, violating a protective order and driving on a suspended license.