Kidnapped girl's escape leads investigators to 2 分解体, アラバマ州の当局者は言う

A kidnapped girl’s escape in Alabama has led to the discovery of two decomposing bodies and the arrest of a man now facing murder and kidnapping charges, 当局は言った.

Police got a call Monday morning from a driver about a 12-year-old girl walking alone along County Road 34 in Dadeville, Tallapoosa County Sheriff Jimmy Abbett said Tuesday at a news conference.
The girl had been restrained to bed posts for about a week, 刑事告訴によると. She had chewed off her restraintsbreaking her bracesand her wrists show marks consistent with restraint, それは述べています.
      The 12-year-old had been given alcohol to stayin a drugged stateand was assaulted in thehead area,” the complaint states. She had not been reported missing, 保安官は言った.
        Jose Paulino Pascual-Reyes, 37, was arrested Monday about 25 miles away in Auburn on suspicion of first-degree kidnapping by US Marshals and police, 保安官は言った, adding other agencies are also on the case.
          While searching Pascual-Reyes’ 家, detectives found two decomposed bodies, 保安官は言った. A forensics team is working to identify the corpses, 彼は言った, and how and when they died wasn’t immediately known. The sheriff further stated thatother peoplewere living in the residence. The sheriff did not say whether these people were being charged or held in connection with the alleged crimes at the residence.
          Pascual-Reyes also faces three counts of capital murder and two counts of abuse of corpse, Abbett said in a news release.
          We’re looking at multiple counts of capital murder, along with kidnapping in the first degree,” Tallapoosa County District Attorney Jeremy Duerr said during the news conference. “そしてもちろん, once we continue and finish our investigation, I feel certain that several more charges will follow.
          Pascual-Reyes awaits a bond hearing at the Tallapoosa County Jail, Abbett said. It wasn’t immediately clear if he had a lawyer.
          This is horrendous to have a crime scene of this nature and also a 12-year-old juvenile to deal with this horrendous situation,” Abbett said, calling the girla hero.
            While the Sheriff did not give any details about when the girl might have been kidnapped or any possible relationship with Pascual-Reyes, he did say she had received medical care and was doing well.
            She’s safe now andwe want to keep her that way,” Abbett said.