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Two women indicted on Shelby Co. kidnapping charges

Source: Shelby County Jail Source: Shelby County Jail
Margie Stahl (Source: Shelby County Jail) Margie Stahl (Source: Shelby County Jail)
Summer Wheless (Source: Shelby County Jail) Summer Wheless (Source: Shelby County Jail)
SHELBY COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -

A Shelby County woman and a Louisiana woman have both been indicted for aggravated kidnapping by a Shelby County grand jury.

Margie Nicole Stahl, 26, of Logansport, La., Summer Wheless, 30, of Center were both indicted on first-degree aggravated kidnapping charges.

According to a press release on April 17,2015, a deputy met with one of the victims on March 20 and saw she had suffered significant injuries.

The press release states the investigation revealed the three suspects held the victims against their will. While holding a man at gunpoint, they duct-taped the wrists and ankles of a woman while "assaulting her in the face and torso area."

The indictment was handed down on March 23.

A third suspect, Cody Wayne Denby, 25, of Center, waived indictment on Aug. 19 and pleaded guilty the same day, accepting a probation sentence.

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