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Charges dropped against Pittsburg man accused of kidnapping his daughter in 2012

Updated: Oct 15, 2012 05:21 PM
Alvin Bernard Homes III Alvin Bernard Homes III

Updated October 25, 2013: In October 2012, Alvin Bernard Holmes III of Pittsburg was accused of kidnapping his then six year old daughter from her mother at gunpoint.  Holmes was taken into custody and the girl was located.

On Thursday the Crawford County prosecutor's office confirmed that charges have been dropped against Holmes.

 

Posted October 15, 2012:  A Pittsburg man is in custody after an alleged parental kidnapping Friday night in Pittsburg.

Pittsburg Police say Alvin Bernard Holmes III took his six year old daughter from her mother at gunpoint Friday evening.

Pittsburg police were notified at about 7:15 p.m. and after putting out a description of the suspect and his vehicle he was located just after 9 p.m. in Augusta, Kansas.

The daughter was also located.

Holmes is being held by the Butler County jail on a $100,000 detainer bond.

Charges pending include kidnapping, aggravated assault, endangering a child and domestic criminal damage to property.

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