Md. man accused of kidnapping ex-girlfriend arrested, woman found
A woman police said was kidnapped from a gas station early Monday by an ex-boyfriend was found safe, and police have made an arrest.
Police said the woman, Kiara Nicole Snipes, 20, was with friends at a Wheaton gas station early Monday when she was allegedly forced into a car by a former boyfriend.
Police initially were unable to locate Snipes or the man, David A. Vallecillo, 23, of the 7000 block of Brookdale Drive in Elkridge, but eventually made contact with Vallecillo.
On Monday night, Vallecillo told police he was at the Hillside Motel in Elkridge and authorities responded, police said. Vallecillo was arrested. Snipes, who was with him, suffered from minor injuries, according to police.
Vallecillo, age 23, of the 7000-block of Brookdale Drive in Elkridge, was charged with kidnapping, second-degree assault, false imprisonment, and violation of an ex parte order. He is being held without bond pending a hearing on Wednesday.
This item has been updated since it was first posted.
April 20, 2010; 11:06 AM ET
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