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Police initially told KOB 4 that a man kidnapped a woman, leading police on a high-speed chase on I-25 that ended in a crash that killed Robert Duran, a Santa Fe police officer, and Frank Lovato, a retired Las Vegas firefighter.
The woman, Jeannine Jaramillo, is not facing any charges, but police believe she could be the driver who caused the deadly crash. Newly-obtained search warrants show that Jaramillo was reportedly the only one in the vehicle following the deadly crash on I-25. After hours and hours of searching, police did not find the suspected kidnapper.
The 46-year-old woman was driving a stolen car at speeds of 90 mph into oncoming traffic on Interstate 25 north of Santa Fe when the crash occurred, court documents state. Authorities said she told them she had been kidnapped at knifepoint.
In October, the Boston Police Department issued an alert about a similar scam occurring in the Boston public school system. On Long Island, New York, the Bay Shore Union Free School District put out an alert to parents and guardians that a kidnapping scam was taking place in October.
During the chase, a crash took place killing officer Duran and the retired firefighter Frank Lovato, though details on how that happened are limited. The woman police say who was the victim of the kidnapping did escape the car after the chase and was taken to the hospital. She has since been released.
The incident comes 2 weeks after a similar chase on I-25 turned deadly. Santa Fe police officers pursuing a vehicle they believed was carrying a kidnapping victim followed the car at high speeds into oncoming traffic, leading to a head-on collision that killed Officer Robert Duran and retired firefighter Frank Lovato, and injured two other drivers, including another police officer.
Leon Trancosa is charged with kidnapping; false imprisonment; aggravated assault and battery against a household member; two counts of criminal sexual penetration; interference with communications and criminal damage to the property of a household member, according to a criminal complaint filed in Santa Fe County Magistrate Court.
Leon Trancosa is charged with kidnapping; false imprisonment; aggravated assault and battery against a household member; two counts of criminal sexual penetration; interference with communications; and criminal damage to the property of a household member, according to a criminal complaint filed this week in Santa Fe County Magistrate Court.
Police received a call around 11 a.m., regarding a kidnapping in progress at the Rancho Vizcaya Apartments in the city. A man armed with a knife took a vehicle that was occupied by a woman, police said.
A North County man accused of attacking a 7-year-old girl outside a Solana Beach elementary school pleaded guilty Thursday, March 16, to felony charges and agreed to be sentenced to more than a decade in prison. Nearly two years after he was first charged in the incident, Jack Henry Doshay, 24, admitted to one count of kidnapping and one count of assault with intent to commit child molestation, stemming from the March 23, 2015, incident.
The incident began after Jaramillo allegedly told a woman at an apartment complex near Sawmill Road and St. Francis Drive that she was being kidnapped and the woman called 911, The Santa Fe New Mexican reports.
The White massacre was an engagement between American settlers and a band of Utes and Jicarilla Apaches that occurred in northeastern New Mexico on October 28, 1849. It became notable for the Indians' kidnapping of Mrs. Ann White, who was subsequently killed during an Army rescue attempt a few weeks later.
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After the crash, a female who identified as Jeannine Jaramillo 46, of Albuquerque, NM, told officers she was the kidnapping victim. Jaramillo exited the white Chevrolet Malibu and was placed in the back seat of a Santa Fe Police Department Unit. She was later transported to a local hospital, where she was treated for non-life-threatening injuries and later released. According to Jaramillo and witnesses, an unidentified male subject fled the area on foot. He was described only as wearing a red shirt, black pants, and a black jacket.
Cheyenne Frontier Days and Cowboy Skill Games of Wyoming on Monday (July 26th) honored two Wyoming airmen from F.E. Warren Air Force Base, whose quick actions led to the rescue of a kidnapped child from an armed fugitive.
Charged with aggravated kidnapping in Sante Fe were: Timothy Michael Connelly, 19, of Biloxi, Miss.; Mark Oler, 21, of Oklahoma, (hometown unknown) and Deborah Williams, 29, of Humble, Texas. Each was held in lieu of $100,000 bond.
Jack Henry Doshay, 24, a member of an affluent Fairbanks Ranch family, pleaded guilty in March to kidnapping and assault with intent to molest. He is expected to be sentenced to 10 years and four months in state prison and ordered to register as a sex offender for life.
Doshay was arrested on April 1, 2015, in connection with the kidnapping at Skyline Elementary in Solana Beach nine days earlier. Prosecutors said Doshay's DNA was found on duct tape wrapped around the victim's head before he tried to carry her off. Staff members heard the girl's screams and she was able to escape.
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No specific information on the provisions concerning the kidnapping or forcible confinement of children in the context of domestic violence, the possibility of filing a complaint against a parent who disappears with a child, or the steps that can be taken by a parent who is unable to see his or her child because the other parent is withholding the child could be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate within the time constraints for this Response. However, the following information may be of interest. Article 200 of the Salvadoran Penal Code provides for a sentence of six months to one year in prison for any act of domestic or family violence (El Salvador 26 Apr. 1997). Articles 148 and 149 of that same code state that any person found guilty of illegal deprivation of liberty can be punished by a sentence of three to six years in prison and, in the case of kidnapping (secuestro) accompanied by blackmail, the sentence ranges from 30 to 45 years in prison, with no possibility of parole (ibid.). Article 50 of the Penal Code refers to certain conditions that could aggravate the kidnapping offence and increase, by up to one third, the prison sentences just mentioned (ibid.). Included among those conditions is the kidnapping of a person under 18 years of age (ibid.).
Police believe the man earlier kidnapped the girl as she walked home and attempted to lure her inside his car with alcohol and food. Police said the girl tried to run away, but the man caught her and forced her into the vehicle.
A co-defendant, Samuel Brown, was previously sentenced to more than five years in prison after pleading guilty before trial to conspiracy to commit kidnapping. Brown identifies as a woman and uses the name Sophie.
The alleged kidnapping comes at a pivotal moment in Russian President Vladimir Putin's war. Facing a Ukrainian counteroffensive, Putin this week heightened threats of nuclear force and used his most aggressive, anti-Western rhetoric to date.
Three months later, Patricia was kidnapped by the forces of the military dictatorship. She was among tens of thousands of "disappeared" in the Argentine dirty war; unlike most, Isasa survived, released after two and a half years without charge or trial.
Ralph Rodney Earnest (defendant), Phillip Boeglin (Boeglin), and Perry Connor (Connor) were charged with murder, conspiracy to commit murder, kidnapping, conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance (methamphetamines), and possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamines). Defendant, Boeglin, and Connor were each tried separately. During the course of defendant's trial before a jury, a mistrial was declared. Defendant was subsequently retried, convicted on all counts and sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder, eighteen years for conspiracy to commit murder (with nine years suspended), nine years for kidnapping, eighteen months for conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance and three years for possession of a controlled substance. All of these sentences were to run consecutively to each other and consecutively to the life sentence. From this judgment and sentence, defendant appeals. We reverse and remand for a new trial. 041b061a72