Florida Dog Breeder Escapes His Armed Kidnappers by Committing Traffic Violation; 3 Arrested

Florida Dog Breeder Escapes His Armed Kidnappers by Committing Traffic Violation; 3 Arrested
Florida Dog Breeder Escapes His Armed Kidnappers by Committing Traffic Violation; 3 Arrested

Kidnapped Florida man drives erratically ‘in hopes of being pulled over’

The quick thinking of a kidnapped South Florida dog breeder managed  attract the right kind of attention, leading to the arrests of his three kidnappers.

WPEB reported that the victim likes to brag about his business online, attracting Tsdekiel Sellers, 22, of Atlanta, Benyahveen Radcliffe, 25, of Buffalo, and Kashaveeyah Bragdon, 22, of Tallahassee.

The out-of-town trio posed as interested dog purchasers, then robbed and assaulted the dog breeder for 2 days before abducting him and forcing him to drive their vehicle, WPBF reported.

Forced to drive: Kidnapped dog breeder intentionally gets pulled over for help

When the victim spotted a sheriff’s deputy, he then started breaking traffic laws to be stopped, TV stations reported.

During the traffic stop, the victim signaled his distress with a hand gesture, and the deputy ordered him out of the car to clarify his situation, WPEB reported.

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The deputies patrolling that stretch of highway were part of the department’s Traveling Criminal Response Team, and they charged Sellers, Radcliffe, and Bragdon with unlicensed carry of a firearm, possession of a controlled substance, and providing a false name.

The trio was also charged with kidnapping, assault, home invasion, false imprisonment, and witness tampering, WPBF reported.

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