Five Illegals Arrested for Kidnapping 14-Year-Old Girl In Indiana

Five Illegals Arrested for Kidnapping 14-Year-Old Girl In Indiana
Missouri State Highway Patrol

Authorities in Missouri arrested five illegal aliens suspected of kidnapping a young girl in Indiana this week, according to reports.

During the overnight hours between Sunday and Monday, a search was launched for a 14-year-old girl after her father reported her missing to police in Indiana.

The man said he saw his daughter enter a black Dodge Durango and alerted the Logansport Police Department, Fox 4 reports.

Just before 2 a.m. on Monday, the victim’s phone pinged from a vehicle traveling along U.S. Route 36 near Hannibal, MO.

A Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) trooper spotted the SUV a short time later in Macon County and initiated a traffic stop.

The trooper encountered a girl in the backseat of the vehicle who identified herself as the missing teen.

The girl was immediately removed from the SUV and 5 men inside were arrested.

Authorities later determined the suspects, all of whom are illegally present in the U.S., were likely planning to transport the girl to California.

X user Illegal Alien Crimes has published photos and probable cause statements for each suspect, which identify their nationalities:

  • Carlos Onias Funez, 56 (Honduras)
  • Daniel Ruiz Lopez, 19 (Honduras or Mexico)
  • Arturo Arteaga Eustaquio, 41 (Mexico)
  • Marlon Pinda Aguilar, 44 (Mexico)
  • Noe Guzman Hernandez, 24 (Mexico)

All five men were each charged with second-degree kidnapping and first-degree endangerment of the welfare of a child.

An investigation and legal proceedings are ongoing.

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