Biden’s America is not safe and full of crimes, even in your own home, your children are not safe anymore. All thanks to this regime…
Just like what happened during the abduction of a 2-year-old boy in Pope County last week, wherein a Big Lake man has been charged with kidnapping in the middle of the night as the toddler’s family slept.
The court documents stated, 21-year-old Benigno Alvarez-Gutierrez, also known as Victor Ramirez Alvarez, now faces two felony-level charges.
Prosecutors claim he took the toddler from the home of a woman he wanted to date on March 17th while she was at work and the child’s caregivers were sleeping. Ramirez Alvarez is also charged with deprivation of parental rights.
The complaint obtained by WCCO-TV, Ramirez had previously visited the child’s home and was familiar with the layout and location of the child’s bedroom.
A woman, later identified as the boy’s mother, called 911 early Thursday morning to report that her son was missing from her Westport home.
She told authorities that her son was in the care of the family the night before while she was working and that he was placed in his bed at 8 p.m. The family members who were present at the time stated that they then went to bed.
When the boy’s mother arrived home from work early Thursday morning, she discovered her son was not in his bed.
Before calling 911, she and her family members searched the house for the boy.
However, during the search, the mother discovered a note written in both Spanish and English asking for forgiveness for taking the boy.
Deputies responding to the call discovered footprints outside the home, near the bedroom window. The scent of the boy was tracked by a K9 from the bedroom to the driveway and south along the road near the house.
Authorities spoke with the boy’s father and family after the Amber Alert was issued and determined they had no involvement in the boy’s abduction. According to an interview with authorities, the boy’s father and family also did not know where the boy was living at the time.
Victor Ramirez, the suspect, allegedly asked the son’s mother to date him, but she declined. The mother told authorities Ramirez was “very fond of her son, frequently gave them rides, bought him things, hugged him, and took photos with him,” the KMSP-TV reported. Ramirez reportedly posted and deleted photos of them on Facebook.
More details of the incident from KMSP-TV report:
Investigators went to Ramirez’s residence. He wasn’t there, and neither was the child, but they found the clothing the boy was last seen wearing, according to the complaint. At 11:14 p.m., officers spotted Ramirez’s truck and pulled him over, but the child was not with him.
Then, at 11:47 p.m., almost 10 hours after the boy had first been reported missing, a woman called 911 to report she had found a boy in her garage at a home in Zion Township in rural Stearns County. The child, she said, was alone and strapped into a booster seat. Officers responded and recovered the boy, who was unharmed.
According to the complaint, when detectives interviewed Ramirez, he confessed to abducting the boy and later dropping him off at an empty garage of someone he knew. He said no one was home at the time.
Ramirez faces up to 20 years in prison and a $35,000 fine if convicted of the kidnapping charge. He was also charged with “Depriving another of custodial or parental rights,” which carries a possible two-year sentence and a $4,000 fine. He is first court appearance is scheduled for March 24.
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