UPDATE: Suspect Identified and Charged in Abduction Case


Curtiss Davis

Detectives from the Major Crimes Division arrested Curtiss Davis, 45, of Stafford, Wednesday December 23, around 4 p.m. in the Fort Belvoir area. Investigation determined that after allegedly exposing himself to a female employee and making a request for a sexual act, he became upset after he was given his bill. Davis then walked to the cashier area of the restaurant, where he allegedly displayed a handgun to the initial victim and to a second employee. He demanded they lower the amount on the bill. The victims complied with lowering the bill and Davis left the restaurant after paying the new amount. The two adult victims did not require medical attention as a result of the incident.
Davis was charged with two counts of Abduction, one count of Extortion, one count of Exposure and one count of Attempted Forcible Sodomy.
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The original post below can be found on The Daily Blotter for December 23, 2015
ABDUCTION/ROBBERY/INDECENT EXPOSURE: 7200 block of Lockport Place, 12/22/15, around 7:46 p.m. A man was sitting in a restaurant and exposed himself to an employee, a 21-year-old woman. He later became upset over the bill, displayed a gun and ordered the employee to another part of the business. Another employee, a 31-year-old woman, was there and the suspect demanded the bill be reduced. The victims complied with his request and the suspect left. Charges pending further investigation.