Accused kidnapper comes face-to-face with victim in court



ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - A man accused of kidnapping and robbing two women in Winter Park went face-to-face with one of the women in court Tuesday.

Prosecutors said Farley Curry grabbed the women on two separate occasions along Lee Road in October 2012.

Teresa Bradley described in detail what happened that day as she arrived at work.

"I screamed.  I had my husband on the phone and I screamed, and the next thing I saw was the light just sort of vanished, but then, there was this man coming to my car with a gun pointed at my face," she said.

Bradley testified she was not even able to get out of her car when she was confronted.

Bradley said she was pushed into the passenger seat as the man forced his way into the car.

She said she pulled a gun of her own, but the man took it away from her. Bradley said that later, she was robbed of cash and a winning scratch-off lotto ticket.

Prosecutors said that two weeks before, Curry abducted and robbed another woman outside an office, just two-tenths of a mile away.

The defense insists it was not Curry who kidnapped and robbed Bradley.

Curry faces life in prison if convicted.