When Denise Amber Lee was kidnapped from her North Port home in 2008, the last person she cried out to who could help save her was a 911 operator. Tied to a headboard inside of Michael King’s green Camaro, Denise gave her name and address to the call-taker.
For six minutes, the 21-year-old mother of two desperately pleaded with King to take her home. He drove for a while through North Port before realizing Denise had his prepaid cellphone open. He threatened Denise as the 911 operator listened.
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