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Teens Charged in Kennewick Great-Grandmother Kidnapping

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KENNEWICK, WA (AP) - Three Washington teens have been charged in connection with kidnapping an elderly woman, stuffing her in the trunk of her car and driving more than 200 miles to a Walmart near Portland.

16-year-old Dyllan K. Martin has been charged as an adult with kidnapping, burglary and theft in the Nov. 2 incident.
    
Martin is the great-grandson of the 86-year-old woman allegedly abducted from her Kennewick home. She reportedly escaped when the teens stopped at Walmart.
    
A 15-year-old boy and 14-year-old girl have been charged with the same crimes in juvenile court. All the charges carry aggravating circumstances alleging the victim was vulnerable and the crimes were deliberately cruel.
    
Bail has been set at $250,000 for each teen. They are being held at a juvenile detention facility in Oregon.
    

 

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