Floyd Wesley BouldinA Lynchburg man will spend the next nine plus years in prison for abduction and other charges. Floyd Wesley Bouldin III was charged with breaking into a home, holding up his child’s mother at gunpoint and forcing her to drive to their child’s day care. Bouldin pleaded not guilty to the charges in October; arguing that he had permission to be at the house and that the altercation was one the victim started—he was found guilty for abduction, burglary, strangulation causing bodily injury, possessing a firearm as a felon and using a firearm while committing a felony; he was also convicted of six misdemeanor counts of violating protective orders. The judge sentence Bouldin on Friday to 48 years on all felony counts and suspended the time after nine years served, adding 180 days on the six misdemeanors.