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UPDATE: Woman charged with kidnapping another woman in St. John’s set to appear in court

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A 52-year-old St. John’s woman is expected to appear in court today in connection with what police say was kidnapping of another woman on Sunday.
Janet Marie Noseworthy has been charged with break and entry, unlawful confinement and assault. The complainant is a 23-year-woman residing in the same apartment building as Noseworthy.
Police say Noseworthy was charged after they responded to a report of a kidnapping on Freshwater Road at lunchtime Sunday.

She is currently being held at the St. John’s lockup and is scheduled to appear before a judge in Provincial Court today, either by video or in person.


Earlier story:

A 52-year-old woman has been charged with kidnapping after police responded to a call in St. John’s Sunday afternoon.

The abduction call came in at 12:10 p.m. in the area of Freshwater Road and the woman was arrested following the investigation.

She has also been charged with assault and break and enter.

She was held to appear in court Monday morning.

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