Oct 20, 2016 5:53 PM
A Dover man accused of abducting his ex-girlfriend and taking her for a ride against her will has been found not guilty of kidnapping after a jury trial which wrapped up this week.
Earl Shaffer was found guilty of simple assault, violating a protective order and taking a vehicle without consent - all misdemeanor crimes.
Public Defender Joachim Barth said DNA evidence played a crucial role in the case.
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