A woman was rescued from her ex-boyfriend, who wrote to his employer that she had been kidnapped 00:07

A woman in the USA was rescued after she wrote to her employer that she could not come to work because she had been kidnapped. This was reported by People.

An American woman warned her boss not to come to work, saying she was being held hostage. The captive’s employer immediately notified the police, and the employee was rescued after being held captive for three days by her ex-boyfriend, Anthony Peterson.

On April 8, police arrived at his home in Fargo, North Dakota, and found the homeowner asleep on the couch with a gun in his hand. The victim reported to law enforcement that the man answered the door himself, during which time the man held him at gunpoint and did not allow him to leave his home.

According to reports, Peterson, 39, had multiple convictions for domestic violence between 2003 and 2023 in his home state of Minnesota. This time, he was arrested on charges of illegal firearm possession and terrorizing with dangerous weapons. The man pleaded not guilty to the crimes charged against him.

Previously in Britain was kidnapped The Chinese businessman put him in a cage and demanded $15 million worth of Bitcoin.

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Source: Gazeta

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