Mom, Daughter Accused of Binding Man In Duct Tape | NBC Connecticut

Mom, Daughter Accused of Binding Man In Duct Tape

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    Claire Lundborg, 40, and Adrienne Courtemanche, 21, are accused of binding a man in a Plainfield home.

    A man bound by electrical tape, shoelaces and phone cords was able to pull his cell phone from his pocket and call police on Wednesday afternoon to report that two women had tied him up in a bedroom.

    The two women accused, police said, are mother and daughter.

    Claire Lundborg, 40, and Adrienne Courtemanche, 21, are accused of tying the man up by the wrists, legs and ankles in a home on Tarbox Road in Plainfield during a domestic dispute.

    Lundborg was charged with assault, disorderly conduct, reckless endangerment, unlawful restraint and risk of injury to a minor.

    Courtemanche was charged with disorderly conduct, risk of injury to a minor and conspiracy to commit reckless endangerment.

    The man was taken to William Backus Hospital to be treated for injuries.

    Mom and daughter were due in court on Friday.

     

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