State v. Couch

In State v. Couch, 635 P.2d 89, 92 (Utah 1981), the defendant was convicted of kidnaping, aggravated sexual assault, and forcible sodomy. There, the defendant met the victim and two of her friends at a fast-food stand in Evanston, Wyoming. The four then arranged to meet for a "drinking party" at a nearby motel. After the party, the victim and her two friends agreed to be driven home by the defendant in the victim's car. The defendant then drove the three girls some fifty miles away to where they lived in Wanship, Utah. See 635 P.2d at 91.