The police have accused a man after kidnapping his ex-girlfriend in North Carolina while out on bail on an attack charge.
According to an announcement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office, on Friday, The 37 years old Luis Analberto Pineda-Anchecta is expected in court.
Pineda-Anchecta arrested on May 15 in 2019
On May 15, Pineda-Anchecta was captured by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police in 2019, and charged with attack on a female and uttering warnings against his ex-girlfriend, U.S. Attorney Andrew Murray stated in the announcement.
According to a report, he made a bond and was issued two days later, despite a detainer declared by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Murray stated in the announcement, Pineda-Anchecta is a Honduran general who was sentenced on a charge of living in the U.S. unlawfully. He was convicted Tuesday to seven months in jail.
Pineda-Anchecta’s girlfriends known as F.M.
According to a criminal complaint, his ex-girlfriend, only known by officials as F.M. on May 21, said two masked men came closer to her in the parking lot of a residential complex in Charlotte. She named one of the masked men as Pineda-Anchecta.
According to a source, Pineda-Anchecta sent the woman alone to a forested area, but after a fight, she was able to get away and got help from drivers on a nearby road to get to security. According to a compliant, Pineda-Anchecta fled the area on foot.
Later, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police saw the vehicle with the woman’s phone, and a reel of rope that may have been utilized in the abduction got inside, according to an announcement.
The police stated in June, Pineda-Anchecta was detained following an hourslong draw two days later. If sentenced, Pineda-Anchecta could be convicted to life in jail on the national abduction charge.