Kim Baldonado, Prosecute Monroe
The passerby helped rescue the teenage girl in Palmdale after she had been taken against her will behind a church allegedly by a paroled rapist Friday morning, authorities mentioned. Kim Baldonado reports for the NBC4 News at 11 s. m. upon Aug. 2, 2015.
The passerby helped rescue the teenage girl in Palmdale after she had been taken against her will behind a church allegedly by a paroled rapist Friday morning, authorities mentioned.
Richard Stine, 39, is suspected involving kidnapping a 17-year-old woman who flagged down the concerned citizen just soon enough before she had been pulled behind a church and hidden from perspective, according to the La County Sheriff’s Section Palmdale Stop.
Stine allegedly approached the girl from behind and pushed an object into her back as she was strolling eastbound on Palmdale Blvd near 30th Street East about 8: ten a. m. Authorities mentioned Stine told the woman to keep strolling or he would take your ex.
Since she was being pulled across the street, the woman waved her arms, trying to get the attention involving passersby, sheriff’s authorities mentioned.
The concerned citizen called emmergency 911 after they saw the woman, who by now had been taken behind a church and out of public perspective, sheriff’s officials mentioned.
Lighting flashing and sirens blaring, deputies showed up to the scene and rescued the teen, who had been not hurt. Stine surrendered without incident.
The registered sex offender, Stine is upon parole for forcible rape and would wear an ankle keep track of, officials mentioned.
Stine had been booked for kidnapping using the intent to rape. They are being held upon $100, 000 bail in addition to a leitspruch hold, and it is scheduled to become arraigned August. 5 in the Antelope Valley Courthouse.
Anyone with information about this particular attack is asked to call the particular Palmdale Sheriff’s Station at kunne 661-272-2400. Tips could be left anonymously by calling 800-222-8477, texting “TIPLA” plus a tip to CRIMINAL ACTS (274637), or visiting http://lacrimestoppers.org