SAN DIEGO (CBS 8/CNS) - A hearing will resume next week in a defense motion to set aside an indictment against a man accused in an attempted kidnapping at a Solana Beach beach.
Jack Doshay, 23, faces charges for trying to kidnap a 7-year-old girl outside of a Solana Beach school and assaulting a 5-year-old girl five years earlier.
On the afternoon of March 23, Doshay allegedly grabbed the girl at Skyline Elementary School, clapped a hand over her mouth, tried to put packing tape onto her face and ordered her to get into his silver-and-black SUV.
When she struggled and fought back, the would-be abductor let her go, returned to his vehicle and drove off, authorities said.
Detectives followed up on about 150 tips in the case before tracking down the suspect in Orange County with information provided by his attorney, Paul Pfingst.
Doshay pleaded not guilty to charges of kidnapping, false imprisonment and child cruelty.
An affidavit in support of an arrest warrant states that Doshay's father Glenn -- a minority owner of the San Diego Padres -- told his son's therapist two days after the alleged abduction attempt that he suspected his son was involved.
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