Love Triangle on Leroy Street Leads to False Kidnapping Report

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(Crystal A. Proxmire, May 10, 2016)

Ferndale, MI – Ferndale Police spent Monday evening searching for a woman who they had been told was kidnapped from a home on Leroy Street, only to find that the woman had not been kidnapped at all.

The large police presence concerned neighbors who contacted oc115.  Captain Vincent Palazzolo gave us what he said is “the Reader’s Digest version” of the incident:

“The “male victim” “male suspect” “female witness” are involved in some type of love triangle also involving illegal narcotics use,” he said.

“Male suspect assaulted the male victim and then left the residence with GT ad 06the Female witness of her own free will. The victim told officers that it was against her will (that was untrue).

“Suspect and female came into the police station last night around 2100hrs to prove she left with him voluntarily. Suspect was arrested for the assault and is in the process of being released now.  The prosecutor failed to issue because the credibility of the victim is in question.

“We spent a ton of man hours trying to locate the “Female Victim” because of the false statements the male victim gave us.”

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