San Francisco. Police in Coolidge, Arizona, reported this Tuesday the arrest of a 19-year-old man who faked his own kidnapping by tying his hands and mouth to have an excuse that would allow him not to go to work.
“We issued this statement to offer facts and clarify a series of rumors that are circulating in relation to an incident that occurred on February 10,” they indicated on Facebook from the official account of the Police of this desert town.
That day, the agents responded to an alert that a young male had been found in the street with his hands tied behind his back with a belt and a cloth around his mouth that prevented him from speaking, as if it were a kidnapping. .
The young man, Brandon Soules, then indicated to the Police that Two masked men had kidnapped him, hit him on the head, rendering him unconscious and put him in a car for several hours until they left him where he was found.
However, subsequent investigations by the agents determined that Soules made up the story and that it was a feigned kidnapping, for which he was arrested on February 17 on charges of giving false information to the Police.
After his arrest, the young man admitted to the agents that the story was not real and that he made it up to have an excuse that would allow him not to go to work.