NBC 7 has obtained a court document that suggests the man arrested in the attempted kidnapping of a student at a Solana Beach elementary school may have tried something similar in the past.
Jack Henry Doshay, 22, is in custody, accused of kidnapping of a child under 14, false imprisonment with violence and felony child abuse.
According to a declaration in support of an arrest warrant obtained Monday, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department was contacted by someone who claimed to have a lead in the March 23 attempted kidnapping at Skyline Elementary School.
A 7-year-old girl was grabbed by a man as she was walking from class to after-school care. The man put packing tape around the girl's head and said, "if you want to see your mother again, you have to do this," according to the document.
Two days after the incident, a local psychotherapist, identified as Dr. Altbello in the document, received a call from the father of one of his patients. The man said he believed his son was responsible for the attempted abduction, had tried something similar in the past and searched for how to duct tape people on a computer.
According to the legal document, the sheriff’s detective was told the patient's name was Jack Doshay.
Jack Doshay was arrested April 1 while in treatment for depression in Laguna Niguel, according to his defense attorney Paul Pfingst.
Under California law, psychologists are “mandated reporters” meaning they must report any known or suspected instances of child abuse or neglect to local law enforcement.
Doshay is the son of Glenn and Karen Doshay of Fairbanks Ranch. Glenn Doshay owns a minority stake in the San Diego Padres. He and his wife are known as philanthropists in San Diego County and have donated money to several charities aimed at helping children.
Also, detectives described the vehicle used by Jack Doshay as similar to the one reported at the scene of the school kidnapping.
Jack Doshay was expected to appear in court April 9 for a bail review.