Crime Essay

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The crime is kidnappingSection : 207 PC
Kidnapping is Every person invovled who forcibly, or by any other means of
instilling fear, steals or takes, or holds, detains, or arrests anyperson in this state, and carries the person into another country,state, or county, or into another part of the same county, is guiltyof kidnapping.3 men linked to Mexican drug ring charged in kidnapping of S.C. manthree men said to be members of a Mexican drug organization have been accused of kidnapping for ranso ...view middle of the document...

According to the filing, the victim "fronted" a large quantity of marijuana to another individual,expecting payment at a later date. He was not able to recoup the money, the complaint says. The victim was kidnapped July 9 and held hostage for nearly a week, while representatives from the organization made more than a dozen calls to the victim's wife and father, demanding repayment for the missing drugs as well as an additional ransom of between $100,000 and $400,000, according to the complaint. The victim told federal agents that Ceja-Rangel abducted him at gunpoint July 9 and held him hostage in the following days, according to authorities. At one point, the victim found a knife and managed to escape from his bonds, but was intercepted by Fuentes-Morales,Elements of the crime:Forcibly moving a personInstilling fearCarries a person into another part of same countyIn this article, the elements wereThree men forcibly took man from home, (owed drug money)Held at gun point and money was demanded from family membersVictim was retrieved from suspect fuentes-morales home


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