Taking a person from one place to another against their will is charged as Second Degree Kidnapping in Fort Collins and Larimer County. A man is wanted for allegedly Robbing and Kidnapping a woman from her hotel room. According to the report, a man and woman opened their hotel room door after a man knocked around 2 a.m. The man entered the room, pulled out a gun, and demanded their valuables. He then took the woman and left the area. The car was found a few hours later, but no sign of the man and the kidnapped woman.
Larimer County Aggravated Robbery Lawyer: When is Robbery Aggravated?
The Larimer and Boulder County, Colorado law definition of Robbery – C.R.S. 18-4-301 – is:
When a deadly weapon, like a gun, is involved, the charge is aggravated to a class 3 felony extraordinary risk crime. Aggravated Robbery is punishable by 4 to 16 years in the Colorado Department of Corrections and up to $750,000 in fines.
Second Degree Kidnapping From Hotel in Fort Collins and Loveland
The Fort Collins, Loveland, and Estes Park, Colorado law definition of Second Degree Kidnapping – C.R.S. 18-3-302 – is:
2nd Degree Kidnapping can be charged as a class 4 felony, class 3 felony, or class 2 felony depending on the circumstances surrounding the Kidnapping. For the case above, the victim of the Kidnapping is also a victim of Robbery, so the man would be facing a class 2 felony in Colorado. A felony of this level is punishable by 8 to 24 years in the Colorado Department of Corrections and up to $1,000,000 in fines.
If you or someone you love has been arrested for, charged with, or accused of Kidnapping or Robbery, be smart, exercise your right to remain silent, and contact the best criminal defense attorneys from the O’Malley Law Office at 970-658-0007 to schedule your free consultation or set up a jail visit. Together, we can protect your future.
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