On Friday, January 17, 2014 at approximately 8am, a 41-year-old male was leaving his Gilbert Place Port Chester residence, when he was accosted by three males who forced him into a van and drove off. The brother of the victim was contacted and told that his brother was being held and that if $800 wasn’t delivered to them in the rear parking lot of 325 Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains, NY, that his brother would be killed and his body would be dumped somewhere in Pennsylvania, said Lt. James Ladeairous of the Port Chester Police Department.
Investigators have been told that the motive for the kidnapping was a debt allegedly owed to one of the perpetrators that amounted to $800.
The victim's brother contacted the Port Chester Police and told them what had happened. Port Chester Detectives contacted White Plains Police. Both Port Chester and White Plains Detectives along with White Plains Police Department Emergency Services arrived at the address where the exchange was to happen. The van was parked there and two of the three kidnappers were spotted and under surveillance, and then in a coordinated effort converged on the van and arrested two of the perpetrators and rescued the victim. Nobody was armed and the victim wasn’t harmed. The third suspect was arrested an hour later standing on Martine Avenue, said Lt. James Ladeairous of the Port Chester Police Department.
Alberto Dominguez, 48, of 10 Washington Ave in White Plains, NY, Jaime Dominguez, 44 of 58 Florence Avenue of White Plains, NY and Justino Marin, 50, of 93 Fisher Avenue in White Plains, NY were all charged with Kidnapping in the first degree, which is a class A-1 Felony.