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Sheriff reports California handyman kidnapped, forced to work

By The Associated Press Published: December 7, 2012
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The suspects threatened and repeatedly punched the handyman, and made him repair appliances over the next roughly six hours, according to Cardoza. They then forced him into his truck, telling him they were taking him to the relative's home to complete the work he'd done there.

The handyman managed to escape and call authorities when the suspects stopped for gas in San Jose.

He had visible injuries but declined to be taken to a hospital, Cardoza said. The man's name wasn't released.

DeJesus and Troedson also were charged with kidnapping during a carjacking, kidnapping to commit robbery, battery and assault.

They were expected to be arraigned Thursday afternoon. It wasn't immediately clear if either suspect had an attorney.


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