36 Years Old Suspect Arrested After Kidnapping 4-Year-Old In Van Buren Saturday Morning

In the early hours of Saturday, May 13, a 4-year-old child was reportedly abducted by a 36-year-old male suspect who was not related to the victim.

According to the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office, Curtis Warren, the alleged kidnapper, reportedly took a woman’s SUV with her 4-year-old daughter in the back seat.

According to Deputies, a kidnapping occurred near Village Boulevard. It remains unclear whether the mother was driving the SUV prior to the abduction.

Several units were dispatched by Sheriff Deputies to canvass the area near the kidnapping. Around 3 a.m., an SUV was spotted on Electronics Parkway and a traffic stop was attempted.

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According to reports, Warren fled the scene and headed towards Interstate-81. According to OnStar, the SUV was reported to deputies as being stationary on the highway in Mattydale.

According to deputies, Warren was reportedly traveling in the wrong direction on I-81 Northbound. The car was left disabled after colliding with another vehicle.

Warren was arrested by deputies near the disabled vehicle and the 4-year-old was taken into custody. The child was transported to Upstate Pediatrics Hospital as a precautionary measure.

According to reports, the two individuals who were hit by Warren’s vehicle received treatment at the scene and were subsequently released.

According to reports, Warren is currently facing charges. The specific charges have not been disclosed at this time.

In breaking news, the charges against the suspect include felony kidnapping in the second degree and felony unlawful imprisonment. In a recent development, the individual in question has been charged with 1st Degree Felony Reckless Endangerment.

In a recent development, a first-degree felony charge has been filed against an individual for unauthorized use of a vehicle. A first-degree misdemeanor has been committed by acting in a manner that caused injury to a child under 17 years old.


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