Orange County Man Kidnaps Pregnant Bank Employee, Forces Her to Rob Her Own Bank

Posted By Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney || 23-Dec-2011

An Anaheim man who forced a pregnant bank employee to steal cash from her own bank has been convicted of two counts of aggravated Kidnapping and three counts of Robbery.

Charles Clements kidnapped an eight-month pregnant woman at her home and told her that if she didn't do as she was told, ruthless members of a motorcycle club would kill her, her husband and other bank employees.

Out of fear, the woman went with Clements to the bank where she worked. She asked a co-worker to come outside to see her new car so that Clements could take her hostage as well. She then walked into the bank vault, told the manager there was a gunman outside holding the co-worker hostage, and scooped up nearly $168,000 in cash. The victim handed the duffel bag full of cash to Clements, who drove a short distance and left the two bank employees while he ran off in a disguise.

Charles Clements now faces two potential life terms in prison plus 18 years at his sentencing scheduled for December 20th.

If you, or someone you know has been charged with Kidnapping, Robbery, Burglary, or any other type of Theft Crime, you will need to contact an experienced Los Angeles criminal Llawyer to defend your rights and protect your future.

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