Using cell phone records as evidence, police and investigators have tracked
down a suspect allegedly involved in a Scranton kidnapping case that took
place last year. The
Times-Tribune reports that the suspect was arrested and arraigned last week on charges
assault and others.
Most of the time, when people think of kidnapping, they think of every
parent's worst nightmare - the kidnapper who steals a child away while
a parent is distracted or absent. In fact, the crime of kidnapping has
a much broader legal definition, as the case mentioned above demonstrates.
No children were involved in that case; the perpetrators are suspected
of having kidnapped a grown man in the process of robbing and assaulting him.
If you have been implicated in a criminal investigation involving a Scranton
kidnapping, then you should act quickly to speak with an experienced Scranton
kidnapping defense attorney. By contacting Rogan Law, you will have the
opportunity to speak with a Scranton kidnapping defense lawyer who not
only is knowledgeable in this field, but who also has the resources to
build an aggressive defense strategy on your behalf.