RIDICULOUS CRIME; Kidnapper Sues Victims for Not Hiding Him From Police

Jesse Dimmick (pictured above) attempted to seek $235,000 in damages from Jared and Lindsay Rowley of Kansas over what he says is a ”breach of contract.” He claims that the newlyweds, whom he held hostage at knife point during a home invasion in 2009 at the couples Topeka home, had agreed to hide him from police (who wanted him over a murder charge in Colorado) in return for a sum of money. Dimmick was eating the couples food and watching Patch Adams he fell asleep, and the couple used that moment to escape and call police.

Dimmick’s defense was that he and the couple had an ”oral agreement” and the couple broke that agreement.

In a notarized legal document, Dimmick claims that the pair did not deliver on their promises:

Later, the Rowleys reneged on said oral contract, resulting in my being shot in
the back by authorities.

He described the physical and financial hardships that he faced as a result of their alleged failure to hold up their end of the bargain:

As a result of the plaintiffs breech (sic) of contract, I, the defendant suffered a gunshot to my back, which almost killed me. The hospital bills alone are in excess of $160,000, which I have no way to pay.

Dimmick was charged with and convicted of four felonies, including kidnapping.
He is currently also being held on one charge of murder.

The couple has stated that they never accepted any money from Dimmick.

Dimmick was charged with and convicted of four felonies, including kidnapping.
He has also been sentenced to 11 years in connection to the September, 2009 beating death of a Colorado man.

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