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Florida boy, 12, jumped from a moving pick-up, in order to avoid being kidnapped: police

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A frightened 12-year-old boy was able to make the film his own child on Wednesday by jumping out of a moving car in Florida, according to police.

The incident happened at one of the major roads in Boynton Beach and after that the guy came out of a school bus and decided to take a ride from a man in a pick-up truck, according to police.

The boy suffered abrasions on his forehead, arms, and hands, police said.

Timothy Miller, 26, was charged with kidnapping, resisting arrest, and child neglect.

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Mugshot for Timothy Miller, 26, is charged with the abduction of a 12-year-old boy in Florida.
(The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.)

He was ordered held without bail Thursday after a man told the court that he knew Miller had just graduated from college and have a substance abuse problem, the Palm Beach Post reported.

“On Facebook, it’s going to, like, viral,” he said, referring to media reports of Miller’s arrest, the paper reported.

An arrest report said the boy told the police that when he came to pick it up after Miller assured him that he won’t do anything weird.”

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The boy said that, as soon as he was in the pick-up, Miller asked for the drugs, and looked at him strangely and began driving erratically, according to the report. He also told the investigators that Miller’s conduct was startled.

If the guy was trying to get out of it, however, Miller told him that he could not make it, and sped up, according to the report.

According to the report, the police were called by people who witnessed the boy jump out of the car. One of the witnesses followed the Miller’s house on I-95, and have him detained until the police arrived

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Miller told the police that he was approached by the boy to buy drugs, according to the report.

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