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Man accused of tying up wrecker service employee in custody

Jason Randolph Morris (Source: Newberry County Sheriff's Department) Jason Randolph Morris (Source: Newberry County Sheriff's Department)

NEWBERRY COUNTY, SC (WIS) - A man Newberry County deputies say tied up an employee at a wrecker service while trying to get his car back is in custody.

According to Newberry County Sheriff Lee Foster, Jason Randolph Morris, 25, wrecked his car on Interstate 26 Thursday night and had his car was towed.

Foster says Morris showed up at Louis's Wrecker Service around 4:00a.m. to get his car, but an employee there told him it was too early morning to get his car.

Foster says the two got into an argument then Morris tied up the employee and took off in his car.

Morris is being charged with first degree burglary, kidnapping, carjacking and grand larceny.

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