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A woman in southern California was held at gunpoint for several days until she was rescued after sending a desperate plea for help from a friend, according to officials.
The Nevada County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that the 19-year-old Joshua, Consequently, of Corona, was arrested on Saturday while attempting to take the 29-year-old woman in Sacramento.
The authorities were alerted at about 11:20 a.m. Saturday from a friend who said that the 29-year-old, telling her that she is being held against her will in the Northern part of the San Juan area, and they were the victims of gender-based violence.
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“The defendant was in the process of taking her to Sacramento, where the victim was able to send a message to her boyfriend, indicating that she needed help,” the sheriff’s office said.
The authorities have to find Gaspar and the woman at a Chevron gas station in Grass Valley, where the 19-year-old has been arrested.
Joshua Gaspar, was on Saturday arrested after he allegedly held a woman at gunpoint for several days.
The Nevada County Sheriffs Office)
“It was also noted that there may be more than one suspect was involved,” he said to the police, who confirmed that the victim was detained for several days in a house in the Northern San Juan, and it was sexual more than once.
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Gaspar, was booked at the Wayne Brown Correctional Facility in Nevada City on suspicion of abduction with the intent to commit a sexual assault, rape, and false imprisonment. A court bail of $1 million, police said.
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The sheriff’s office said the investigation into the incident is continuing for the suspects.”
Anyone with information is asked to call the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit at (530) 265-1263.