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Kidnapper sentenced

A 22-year-old Mexican national living in Liberty, has been sentenced for federal kidnapping charges in theEastern District of Texas,announced U.S. Attorney Joseph D. Brown. Juan Carlos Saucedo-Meza was found guilty in April of kidnapping and on Wednesday was sentenced to 365 months in federal prison by U.S. District Judge Marcia A. Crone.   According to information presented in court, beginning on Aug. 24, and continuing into the early hours of Aug. 25, 2018, Saucedo-Meza kidnapped a woman from Liberty, and took her to Lake Charles, LA.  During the time Saucedo-Meza had the woman, she was raped and assaulted.  The victim escaped Saucedo-Meza in Lake Charles, Louisiana when he stopped for gas.  She then locked herself in a bathroom at the gas station and obtained a phone to call 911.     Under federal sentencing guidelines, Judge Crone found that Saucedo-Meza’s sentencing range was 292 months to 365 months imprisonment, but elected to sentence him to 365 months imprisonment.   The potential sentencing range which Saucedo-Meza faced was increased in the case because the court found that an obstruction of justice enhancement applied to sentencing.   A recording of a conversation in a police interview room revealed that the defendant aided another woman, to whom he was married at the time, in attempting to contact the victim and offering her a truck and money if the victim requested authorities to dismiss the case. A statement written by the victim was read during sentencing concluded, “The time of imprisonment that you receive will never be enough for the harm that you have caused me, but it brings a sort of comfort to know that you are no longer free.” US Attorney Joe Brown said This was a violent assault, and no doubt will affect the victim forever, The fact that the defendant tampered with a witness shows that the defendant had no remorse, will continue to engage in criminal conduct, and it attacks the criminal justice system.

 

 

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