COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. - WINK News is uncovering terrifying new details about a carjacking Monday morning. Deputies released brand new surveillance pictures of the suspect. Investigators said they show Kenneth Pray just before he followed a woman to her car., attacked her and threatened to kill her if she screamed.
On Tuesday afternoon, Pray rolled papers in his hands, even stretching his arms as a judge read off the bond amount to each of the charges he faces.
Pray was arrested Monday after leading deputies on a high speed pursuit that reached speeds up to 120mph in Immokalee. The chase ended on South 5th Street near Bethune Road when deputies said Pray crashed a Silver Lexus.
But it all started at the Collier County courthouse where Pray was scheduled to take a plea deal for allegedly breaking into a Immokalee home on May 24, 2013. Instead Pray never appeared before the judge, deputies said he followed a 66-year old woman to her car.
WINK News learned the victim was at the courthouse for jury duty. We're told she was part of a jury pool that had just been released because there was no scheduled trials.
The sheriff's office released surveillance photos of Pray in the elevator and in the parking garage just moments before.
The woman told deputies Pray covered her mouth with his hand, told her not to scream or he would kill her. She told deputies she ran to the elevator for help while she heard Pray drive out of the parking garage in her vehicle.
Pray now faces several charges including carjacking, flee/elude police, grand theft and driving with a suspended license. A judge set his bond at $112,000.
Pray told the judge he was served a warrant Tuesday morning in jail on his failure to appear in court Monday. His bond in that case was forfeited. Pray will be back in court Wednesday for that case.