Bail refused for pair accused of kidnapping, murdering ex-girlfriend

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Bail refused for pair accused of kidnapping, murdering ex-girlfriend

T영주출장샵wo of the teens accused of taking up residence in the house are in jail.

Michael J. Sullivan, 18, and Tyler D. Mitchell, 17, were arrested Saturday on first-degree kidnapping, false imprisonment, criminal mischief and other charges.

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Both men are being held on a $50,000 bond and are due to appear in court Monday.

A friend of Sullivan’s, Michael C. Moore, a resident여주출장안마 at the home, said he was notified of their arrest Saturday afternoon but declined to comment further, citing his privacy. Moore said he was in contact with Sullivan’s mother Saturday and is trying to keep a straight face.

“I don’t know, I don’t know what to tell her or to tell you to calm down,” Moore said. “I hope she doesn’t cry or anything…. I just hope that it’s all right.”

Sullivan allegedly lured the couple to the home in the 500 block of E. 9th Street near 6th Avenue and 10th Avenue at about 11 p.m. by sending them a text message saying they were coming over to his home.

When they arrived there, authorities say, they took Sullivan’s cell phone and forced온라인 바카라 사이트 him to work out in a garage. At one point, the pair allegedly held one of the teenagers captive, but one of the men managed to break free.

The teen reportedly told a coworker, who called 911 to help the victim escape.

A resident of the home said the teens’ home had recently been taken over by the mother of an underage girl, but he refused to give her a statement because he did not want to be held responsible for what had happened.

The neighbor told police that she last saw the two teens after 10:30 p.m. Saturday.

Sullivan did not know the victim and was not aware that she had been charged with a crime. He denied to police that he was responsible for the young woman’s death, but told officers he was concerned about her mental health.

The woman who last saw Sullivan at the home was a neighbor of a couple who lived there, and it is unclear whether she knew the girl and was responsible for the teen’s death. She did not have a history of mental problems and was taking medication, the police report states.

Both men are being held without bail at the Palm Coast Stat