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Oregon woman found guilty of kidnapping man; claims it was a prank

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Sarah Carr (Umatilla County Sheriff's Office) Sarah Carr (Umatilla County Sheriff's Office)
PENDLETON, OR (KPTV) -

A Pendleton woman now faces at least five years in prison after a jury convicted her of kidnapping in connection to what she says was a prank.

The East Oregonian reports that 25-year-old Sarah Carr on Wednesday was found guilty of second-degree kidnapping for taking a Pendleton man to a field outside the city limits, shooting him with a stun gun and then leaving him.

Carr told police she believed the victim had slashed her tires and she planned to embarrass him by leaving him naked on a dirt road.

Sentencing is set for Sept. 27.

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