MEMPHIS, Tenn. - A Memphis man was found unconscious in the middle of a street after being kidnapped and assaulted, according to witnesses.
Neighbors told FOX13 the man, who has not been identified, was handcuffed and had something covering his head.
The home in Northeast Memphis became a crime scene Friday morning.
"It definitely scares me -- not something that I like to see when I come out," one neighbor told FOX13.
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Memphis police confirmed the incident happened in the 7600 block of Reese Road.
A window was busted out and several police cars filled the street.
Neighbors said the victim got out of the home by busting through the window, escaping from the kidnappers.
One woman who lives near the crime scene said the man was trying to call 911.
MPD said the victim was found unresponsive in the street. He was taken to Regional One and is expected to be okay.
Investigators questioned lawn crew on the scene throughout the day, as well as two other women.
Police towed three cars from the scene, although it is unclear if that is connected to the crime scene.
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