Sentencing delayed for Pott. County man convicted of kidnapping

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June 7th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

A Pottawattamie County man convicted in May on 1st and 2nd degree kidnapping charges has had his sentencing delayed until mid-August. The Omaha World-Herald says 39-year old Bryan Bey, of Crescent, was supposed to have been sentenced yesterday (Thursday), but his court-appointed attorney filed for a continuance in the case. Sentencing was then rescheduled to August 9th.

Bey was convicted on of first- and second-degree kidnapping in the May 2012 beating and abduction of 30-year old Tabitha Proplesch. Proplesch was found severely beaten, nearly unconscious and handcuffed in the cab of the truck that had run out of gas.