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Grand jury testimony reveals case against Doshay

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Jack Doshay, 23, faces 50 years to life if convicted on all counts Jack Doshay, 23, faces 50 years to life if convicted on all counts

SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Grand jury transcripts are revealing new details Friday in the attempted kidnapping case of Jack Doshay.  CBS News 8 obtained a copy of the 400-page transcript, which includes testimony from the defendant's parents and his alleged victims.

Doshay, who is the son of Padres minority owner Glenn Doshay, is accused in separate attempted kidnappings of girls at two Solana Beach elementary schools.

The 23-year-old faces charges of kidnapping, false imprisonment and child molest. He's accused of attempting to kidnap a seven-year-old girl from Skyline Elementary in Solana beach in March.

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He allegedly grabbed the girl on campus, put his hand over her mouth and tried to put packing tape on her face and told her to get into his SUV. But she fought back and he released her.

The transcripts show the young victim repeatedly refused to answer questions about the incident when questioned before the grand jury by Deputy District Attorney Ryan Saunders.

At one point, DDA Saunders asked her, “When you first saw the bad guy, did he ask you something?”

“I don’t want to tell you.  I’m not going to tell you and you’re not going to make me tell you,” the girl responded (see page 151 of the transcript).

Fortunately for prosecutors, police videotaped the girl's detailed account of what happened to her just days after the attack.  That video also was played for the grand jury, the record shows.

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The defendant is also charged with child molest counts involving a September 2010 crime, in which he allegedly lured a 5-year-old girl behind a shed after school at Solana Santa Fe Elementary and tried to remove her pants.

The girl screamed, fought with her attacker and eventually got away, according to the child's testimony.  "I started kicking him and slapping him because I was angry and scared," the girl told the grand jury during her August 2015 testimony (see page 358).

"After I kicked him, he was like on the floor, and like he grabbed me again and then I got away," she testified.  "He was like 'Little girl.  Come back.'  I'm like, 'No, I'm going to tell my mom on you.'"

Doshay faces 50 years to life in prison if convicted on all counts.

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