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The authorities say that it is a Scottish man who allegedly faked his death from California’s Carmel coast, in order to avoid rape charges back home, has been arrested.
Kim Vincent’s, Like, 55, also known as Ken Gordon Avis, was arrested in Colorado Springs, colo., last week, that authorities announced on Friday. He is being held by the U.s. Marshals Service.
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This photo is from the Monterey County Sheriff ‘ s Office, shows, Kim, Vincent’s, Avi’s, which is also known as the Ken Gordon-Aviv, on Friday, the 26th of July, 2019 at the latest. The Scottish man, who authorities say faked his death from California’s Carmel coast, in order to avoid statutory rape charges back home, was arrested in Colorado Springs, Colo., a week ago, authorities announced Friday. He is being held by the U.s. Marshals Service, Cmdr. There Pallozolo with the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office said. The New york times has him identified as Kim Gordon.
The man’s son alerted the police that his father had disappeared on Oct. 25, after a night-time dive in the area.
However, the researchers were not able to find a husband or a trace of it was to swim in the Monastery, the Beach, is often called the “Mortuary Beach” for its deadly reputation.
Three days later, investigators began to float the possibility that this was an elaborate hoax in order to avoid the law, if a man wanted on 24 counts of rape in the uk.
Then, when that came out, we started to wonder if this is a hoax, and he’s trying to get out of this, the costs of such a catastrophe.”
Captain John Thornburg
“When that came out, we started to wonder if this is a hoax, and he’s trying to get out of this, the costs of Travel,” the sheriff, Jim and John Thornburg said.
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The investigators claim that the son is of the story is missing a crucial detail, and he was unable to explain how he, and his father was in the California’s central coast after traveling through the air from Scotland to Los Angeles, california.
“There was a lack of detail,” Thornburg said at the time. “The son, who is reported to be, couldn’t even tell where he was in the water.”
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The son returns to the isle of man will not face charges for filing a false tax return. The suspect, meanwhile, is set to be extradited back to Scotland to face the charges.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.