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Another Charged In Alleged Duck Inn Kidnapping

first_imgBrown was additionally charged with Misconduct Involving a Controlled Substance in the Second Degree. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A fifth person has been charged with felony kidnapping, robbery, burglary, assault, vehicle theft, and misdemeanor theft in the incident at the Duck Inn, that occured on January 30. Investigation led to the arrest of Rachelle B. Brown, 27, Robert C. Dedrick, 31, Clinton D. Starnes, 28, and Rudy Bongolan, 44, all were arrested on charges of Kidnapping, Burglary in the First Degree, Assault III, Robbery in the First Degree, Vehicle Theft and Theft in the Fourth Degree. On January 30, Alaska State Troopers were contacted by a male and female victim claiming that they had been held against their will and assaulted in a room at the Duck Inn. Joshua S. Tisdale, 25, was charged on Monday with the above charges stemming from his alleged involvement in the incident. According to court documents, Brown alleged that the victims stole a safe from her home the day prior. According to Brown the safe contained between $500 and $1,000 and between 1 and 6 grams of heroin. center_img On January 30, two others, Bongolan and Starnes entered the hotel room of the victims at the Duck Inn., and held them at knifepoint, according to court documents. Brown told troopers, she called Dedrick, who agreed to contact a friend and help “hunt down” the individuals Brown believed stole the safe.  The man who contacted said that they had managed to escape. Troopers then contacted the two victims and confirmed their claims. According to the trooper affidavit , Tisdale was given the keys to a car belonging to one of the alleged victims. Tisdale told troopers that he ditched the car in a gravel pit, and the vehicle was recovered in Anchorage in February.last_img read more