According to Deputy District Attorney Ryan Saunders, the San Diego County Crime Lab released details about the DNA testing of evidence from the attempted abduction outside Skyline Elementary School on Santa Fe Drive on March 23.
"We did just get word from the Sheriff’s Crime Lab that the defendant’s DNA was in fact on the tape that was recovered from the little girl’s face," Saunders said.
Jack Doshay, son of an affluent San Diego businessman, was arrested on April 1 after he allegedly grabbed the girl, tried to wrap her with packing tape and take her to his vehicle. Investigators said the girl escaped his grip by kicking and screaming.
During the bail hearing Thursday, Saunders told the judge the family is not cooperating with law enforcement and Doshay should be considered a flight risk.
Judge William Gentry set Doshay's bail at $2.5 million and required him to be transported from jail to a psychiatric facility if he posted bail. He also required the 22-year-old to wear a GPS ankle bracelet and surrender his passport.
According to legal documents, two days after the attempted kidnapping incident a local psychotherapist, identified as Dr. Altbello, received a call from Doshay’s father. He said the man told him he believed his son was responsible for the attempted abduction, and that he had tried something similar in the past and had discovered a search history on his son's computer for how to duct tape people.