Bronx, New York: 16-Yr-Old Karol Sanchez ‘Staged’ Her Own Kidnapping to Keep Family From Returning to Honduras

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Karol Sanchez, 16, admitted to police that she staged her own kidnapping on Monday night, which set off an Amber Alert and “all out” police search. She did this to stay together with her 23-year-old “Crips gangbanger boyfriend” who once was arrested for murder. Sanchez has not been charged at this time, but police are still looking for her four accomplices. The bogus kidnapping was a plot for the young lovers to be together, because the girl’s mother was planning to take the family back to her native Honduras.

Amber Alert subject Karol Sanchez, 16, allegedly staged her own kidnapping on Monday night in the Bronx to stay together with her 23-year-old “Crips gangbanger boyfriend” and thwart her mother’s plan to return their family to their native country of Honduras.

From New York Post, “Teen Karol Sanchez staged her own Bronx kidnapping: police sources”:

[Karol Sanchez] resurfaced and admitted to cops that the whole thing was staged so that she could be with her boyfriend, a 23-year-old reputed Crips gangbanger once arrested for murder, cops and police sources said.

[…] Sanchez is not expected to face charges, but late Tuesday cops were still looking to question the four men who were in the car — one of whom is believed to be her gangbanger beau, sources said.

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