West Virginia police have arrested a man after he broadcasted an alleged abduction live on Facebook.
At one point, Miller threatened to "put him in a body bag and he was going to be famous," according to WCHS.
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Green has been charged with attempted murder, malicious assault and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.
Justin Green, 31, was taken into custody Monday after a police chase that spanned more than 95 km and five counties. Police say the kidnapping victim, Terry Miller, was injured near the end of the pursuit.
"The people who do end up using it don’t really care if they get caught or not, because they are putting it on Facebook, but it does make the case a lot easier to be able to prove," Dotson said.
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Police said this Facebook Live crime was the first of its kind in the area, but they doubt it will be the last.
Miller was treated and released from hospital after suffering several injuries including stab a wound to the leg, according to WCHS.
Authorities caught up to the vehicle in Mingo County, West Virginia.
Miller can be heard saying "Why me?" in the videos, according to ABC.
Police were alerted to the alleged abduction by Miller’s mom, who saw a series of concerning Facebook Live videos posted under the name "Billy Crystal", according to ABC News.
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"While the troopers were behind the vehicle, troopers could see a knife through the back window of the truck," West Virginia State Police Sgt. "They could see altercations going on between the driver and the passenger. John Dotson told WCHS. The passenger would start hitting the victim while he was driving."
However, once in the car Green turned on the camera, threatened to kill Miller and forced him to drive for more than an hour. The men reportedly knew each other and Miller agreed to give Green a ride.