Two charged in possible Jenkintown kidnapping

At approximately 3:32 pm on May 18th, the Jenkintown Police Department received a dispatch for an incident that occurred at 610 York Road in Jenkintown Borough.   The Complainant told the police that his brother, Charlie Bostic, was abducted by an unknown person and described it as a possible kidnapping.  Because of various medical issues, Mr. Bostic is confined to a wheel chair and is a resident of an extended care facility.

When officers interviewed the witnesses and family members present at the time of this possible abduction, it became apparent that two of the individuals present were being deceptive in their recollections and their specific involvement in the incident.  Police determined that these two individuals and at least a third individual had conspired together to take Mr. Bostic away from his family and the extended care facility.  The incident is actively being investigated by Jenkintown Borough Police and the Montgomery County Detective Bureau. 

Police released an alert which was broadcasted for Mr. Bostic as a Missing and Endangered Person.  Eventually, at 3:00 AM this morning, Mr. Bostic was dropped off, by an unknown individual, at the original extended care facility where he was residing.  Mr. Bostic was evaluated for injury and was determined safe and unharmed.

The Jenkintown Police Department has arrested Keyaira Sade Bostic and Bino Ian Williams, as a result of their involvement in this incident.   They were arraigned at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility and are currently being held on $50,000.00 cash bail.  Because the investigation is ongoing, there still may be more people charged in this incident.