Police arrest three men over kidnap, false imprisonment, assault and robbery charges
Three men have been charged with offences including kidnap and robbery after police carried out warrants in Walsall and Smethwick by West Midlands Police.
Mohammed Jamil, 39, Idris Ahmed, 26 and Mohammed Saadh, 23, have all been charged with kidnap, false imprisonment, assault and robbery.
Jamil and Ahmed were arrested following a warrant at a premises in Walsall on January 25.
Police said they had initially executed a warrant in Smethwick on January 22 where “no arrests were made” but they recovered property.
Further enquiries led to the arrest of Saadh on January 30, the force confirmed.
All three men appeared at Wolverhampton Magistrates Court on January 26 for a first hearing.
They were all remanded into custody to appear before Wolverhampton Crown Court on February 23.
DI Jacqueline Nicholson, complex investigation manager at Force CID, said: “Officers worked hard on this investigation after a man was brutally assaulted and robbed after being dragged into a car in Tipton in November last year.
“The man continues to recover from his ordeal.“