Teen tells court of his alleged drug debt kidnap

Teen tells court of his alleged drug debt kidnap

Teen tells court of his alleged drug debt kidnap

First published in News

A TEENAGER has described to a jury how he was allegedly kidnapped by four people from Bicester over a drug debt.

John Law, prosecuting, said on May 20 last year the group used threats and intimidation to abduct 18-year-old Callum Pieton and force him to strip naked in a field.

Mohammed Hussain, 22, of Marigold Walk; Liam Hutchison, 20, of Leach Road; Cameron Wilkins, 18, of Reedmace Road, and a 16-year-old who cannot be named for legal reasons, all deny the charge.

Giving evidence over a video link yesterday, Callum Pieton said he was walking with a friend in Bicester when a car containing Hutchison, Hussain and Wilkins pulled up next to them.

He said: “(Hussain) got out of the car and I went over to the car to give Cameron some money.

“He was telling me to get into the car, but I didn’t want to get in. Then he just had his hands on my back and pushed me in.

“(Hussain) is a big lad so I tried to resist but I just got thrown into the back seat.”

Asked how he felt after this at the time Mr Pieton replied: “Very nervous, I didn’t know what was going to happen to me.”

The trial at Oxford Crown Court continues.

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