Suspect of kidnapping civil police officer’s mother is arrested | Rio de Janeiro

Suspect of kidnapping civil police officer’s mother is arrested | Rio de Janeiro
Suspect of kidnapping civil police officer’s mother is arrested | Rio de Janeiro
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Luiz Carlos Dias Ferreira Filho, 40 years old, was arrested by DRFC agents – Reproduction

Luiz Carlos Dias Ferreira Filho, 40 years old, was arrested by DRFC agentsreproduction

Published 02/02/2024 19:05

Rio – Luiz Carlos Dias Ferreira Filho, 40 years old, considered a fugitive by the police, suspected of kidnapping the mother of a civil police officer assigned to the 125th DP (São Pedro da Aldeia), was arrested this Friday afternoon (2), in Mangaratiba, on Costa Verde. With several criminal records, Luiz was the target of a preventive arrest warrant for the crime of extortion through kidnapping issued by the 2nd Criminal Court of the District of São Pedro da Aldeia.

The crime took place in August 2022. According to investigations, the mother was passing through the Center of São Pedro da Aldeia when a woman and an accomplice grabbed her arms and pushed her into a vehicle.

Under death threats, she was taken to a bank branch and instructed to tell the manager that a family member was sick and, therefore, she would have to make a large withdrawal and change the card password. The police officer’s mother withdrew R$9,500 and, later, the criminals managed to get another R$8,000.

On Wednesday (31), Luiz Carlos’ brother, Laurence Ferreira, was arrested for the crime in the state of Santa Catarina. This Friday, agents from the Cargo Robbery and Theft Police Station (DRFC), with support from the 125th DP (São Pedro da Aldeia), arrested the second accused in the district of Muriqui.

Luiz was sent to the prison system, where he will be available to the courts.

The article is in Portuguese

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