Victim shoots his kidnappers

Victim shoots his kidnappers

Jor­dan Kutach had his .45 pressed into the back of Evan Mullin’s neck. “I want you to keep your hands on the steer­ing wheel, you hear what I’m say­ing?” Jor­dan said as his brother Pre­ston stepped into the SUV push­ing Mrs. Mullins in front of him.

You get the money?” Jor­dan asked.

About fifty-​kay. You wanna tell the hus­band to start driving?”

Jor­dan leaned for­ward between the front seats and came face-​to-​face with the bar­rel of a .357 Mag­num Spe­cial. He said, “Uh, Pre­ston. I think we got our­selves a prob­lem here.”

Evan Mullin’s said, “You think.”

By Vin­cent Holland

Inspired by the case of a Col­orado County bank rob­bery — http://​khou​.com

Jordan Kutach had his .45 pressed into the back of Evan Mullin’s neck. “I want you to keep your hands on the steering wheel, you hear what I’m saying?” Jordan said as his brother Preston stepped into the SUV pushing Mrs. Mullins in front of him.

“You get the money?” Jordan asked.

“About fifty-kay. You wanna tell the husband to start driving?”

Jordan leaned forward between the front seats and came face-to-face with the barrel of a .357 Magnum Special. He said, “Uh, Preston. I think we got ourselves a problem here.”

Evan Mullin’s said, “You think.”

By Vincent Holland

Inspired by the case of a Colorado County bank robbery – http://khou.com