The alleged kidnapper of Charlotte Sena, Craig Ross Jr., has been identified and is currently being held at the Saratoga County Jail. The abduction of Charlotte Sena had caused a widespread search that resulted in her safe return. The authorities have taken swift action and are currently investigating the matter further. The safety and well-being of all individuals involved in the case are paramount to the rules. The Messenger will continue to provide updates on this developing story.
On Saturday, 9-year-old Charlotte went missing while riding her bike in a Greenfield, New York state park. According to reports, she disappeared without a trace, and her whereabouts remained unknown. However, a breakthrough was made in her case after identifying the suspect through fingerprints on a ransom note. The investigation is ongoing, and authorities are working hard to bring Charlotte home safely.
Officials confirmed that Ross, who is 46 years old, reached the Ballston Spa facility at approximately 3 a.m. this Tuesday. His mugshot has also been made available on Vine after it was released.
Ross was arraigned early Tuesday morning on a charge of first-degree kidnapping. He is currently being held without bail and is scheduled to appear in court again on October 17th, as reported by WNYT-TV.
According to the State Police, additional charges are anticipated regarding this case.
According to police, the abduction of Charlotte Sena led to an Amber Alert being issued. The suspect, Ross, was apprehended on Monday in connection to the case after fingerprints were discovered on a ransom note. As reported by authorities, Sena’s safe recovery was made possible due to prompt action.
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