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Osceola Sheriff’s Department Makes Attempted Kidnapping Arrests – Orlando Criminal Lawyer

By Tracey Kagan

January 31, 2013

In another hard lesson on why drivers should avoid picking up hitchhikers, a man is almost kidnapped in Osceola County after giving a ride to complete strangers. According to Channel !3 news, Mr. Josh Belen-Pastrana and Michael Olivera were both arrested by Osceola County law enforcement for allegedly attempting to kidnap a Kissimmee man at gunpoint, on January 10, 2013, after the man had given them a ride to a local supermarket. Both suspects are being charged with “attempted armed kidnapping” and Mr. Olivera who apparently had the gun is also being charged with “possession of a fire-arm during the commission of a felony.”

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Kidnapping Charges are serious criminal charges in the State of Florida and if these two men are convicted, they could face up to life in prison as well as up to $10,000 dollars in fines. Mr. Olivera may be facing additional prison time and fines if he is convicted on weapons charges that are considered to be felony criminal charges. These two suspects will need the services of an aggressive and experienced Orlando Kidnapping Lawyer.

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Labels: Kidnapping Charges, Osceola County, Kissimmee, arrests, armed, felony

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