Here’s more on the story from The Register. They’ve set some pretty high bonds for these folks. They won’t be seeing the outside for a bit. Makes you wonder if they are charging the 15 yr old kid for drug-dealing also.
TORRINGTON >> Four people were arrested Friday in connection with a Thanksgiving incident in which a juvenile male was kidnapped, robbed and assaulted, according to a press release from police.
A juvenile was kidnapped at knifepoint on the night of Nov. 24 and robbed of his clothes and belongings, then forced into a Torrington residence where he was assaulted, the release said. He was later able to flee from the house and find help, police said.
The police Detective Bureau carried out a lengthy investigation and alleges the incident may have been related to a bad drug deal and resultant revenge, the release said.
Arrested in connection with the incident were:
— Isamar Dirocie, 26, of 591 Prospect St., who is currently being held in lieu of $400,000 bail. Dirocie is charged with first-degree kidnapping, first-degree robbery, risk of Injury to a minor, third-degree assault, breach of peace, possession of a dangerous weapon and tampering with evidence.
— Jordan Williams, 26, of 57 Pine St., who is being held in lieu of $300,000 bail. Williams is charged with third-degree assault, breach of peace, third-degree strangulation and risk of injury to a minor.
— Idalis Berroa, 21, of 187 Workman Ave., who was being held in lieu of $50,000 bail. Berroa is charged with first-degree conspiracy to commit kidnapping, first-degree robbery and risk of injury to a minor.
— Louis (Luis) Hernandez, 23, of 591 Prospect St., who is currently being held in lieu of $250,000 bail. Hernandez is charged with third-degree assault, breach of peace and risk of injury to a minor.
The investigation is ongoing, police said, and further arrests are expected.
On Sat, Dec 31, 2016 at 1:04 PM, Larry Rabago <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Of course it ended at South Main Cumby’s > > Sent from my iPhone > > On Dec 31, 2016, at 10:15 AM, Joe Arcuri <email@example.com> wrote: > > Gotta love Torrington….. > > accused-of-kidnapping/> > > Woman accused of kidnapping Boy, 15, held after rock salt sold as ecstasy > December 30, 2016 – Local > – *Tagged: * Agriculture > , Crime > , Litchfield Superior Court > , Marijuana > , Torrington > *Towns: *Greater Waterbury > , Litchfield CT > , Litchfield Hills > , Prospect CT > , Torrington CT > – no comments > > Republican American > > LITCHFIELD – A Torrington woman accused of abducting and assaulting a > 15-year-old boy on Thanksgiving after he sold her rock salt instead of > ecstasy was ordered held on $400,000 bond Friday and placed on a suicide > watch. > > Police allege Isamar Dirocie, 26, paid $85 for a quantity of ecstasy, also > known as “mollie,” after meeting the juvenile through a third party. She > popped some of the drug in her mouth and then spit it out after tasting > salt, according to the warrant for her arrest. > > Then she sought revenge, police allege. > > Dirocie invited the teen by text message on a “blunt ride,” involving > drugs, and he accepted, according to the warrant. > > After he got into her car, Dirocie locked the doors and ordered the > juvenile to remove his clothing down to his boxer shorts, according to the > warrant. Dirocie kept his necklaces and cellphone, police allege. His black > sneakers, socks and jeans were thrown out the window near Stillwater Pond > Road where they were later found by police, according to the warrant. > > Then the boy was blindfolded to keep him from knowing where Dirocie lived, > police allege. After being taken into the apartment at 591 Prospect St. in > Torrington, the teen was ordered to remove his boxer shorts, according to > the warrant. Then a rope was tied around the boy’s neck, and he was > punched, kicked and choked, the warrant alleges. > > Police allege Dirocie held a knife to the teen’s neck. The teen told > police he wondered if the woman intended to kill him. > > At some point during the night, she gave him sweatpants and a T-shirt, and > drove around with him, according to the warrant. She apologized for > “ruining his night,” according to police. > > When Dirocie returned to her home and became embroiled in an argument with > another tenant, the teen fled, police said. He ran to the Cumberland Farms > store on South Main Street on Nov. 25 at 1:48 a.m. and asked a clerk to > call police. > > When asked what happened, the teen first claimed he was the middle man in > a marijuana deal, according to police. > > When police located Dirocie on the front porch of her home at 591 Prospect > St. on Dec. 8, she told officers they were ruining her “high,” police said. > > Dirocie was served Friday with the warrant on charges of felony kidnapping > and robbery, assault, risk of injury and tampering after she appeared for a > previous case of strangulation, assault, interfering and third-degree > larceny alleged to have occurred on July 31. > >