A Port St. Lucie man who boasted his dog breeding business on-line found himself in a fight for his life after being kidnapped by three suspects who admired the fruits of his success so much they drove all the way to the Treasure Coast to steal it.

Trio That Kidnapped Florida Man Said They Came For Some “Bitc#$s”

A Florida man who boasted about his dog breeding business online found himself in a fight for his life after being kidnapped by three suspects who admired the fruits of his success so much they drove all the way to the Treasure Coast to steal it, according to Martin County Sheriff’s Office.

The Martin County Sheriff’s Office along with Port St. Lucie Police Department arrested 22-year-old Tsdekiel Sellers of Atlanta, 25-year-old Benyahveen Radcliffe of Buffalo, and 22-year-old Kashaveeyah Bragdon of Tallahassee on multiple charges including kidnapping, carjacking, armed burglary and home invasion after the trio posed as interested dog buyers.

According to investigators, when the trio arrived at the victim’s home, they robbed and assaulted the man and demanded he hands over the large amounts of cash he boasted about.

The Martin County Sheriff’s Office along with Port St. Lucie Police Department arrested 22-year-old Tsdekiel Sellers of Atlanta, 25-year-old Benyahveen Radcliffe of Buffalo, and 22-year-old Kashaveeyah Bragdon of Tallahassee on multiple charges including kidnapping, carjacking, armed burglary and home invasion after the trio posed as interested dog buyers.
Courtesy, MCSO

“The dangerous saga lasted nearly two days and moved from various locations before the suspects kidnapped the man and then forced the victim to drive to a location that required them to travel through Martin County,” said MCSO.

“Fortunately, it was at the same time our Traveling Criminal response team was on patrol monitoring the highways.

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When the victim, who was forced to drive the vehicle, saw the deputy, he intentionally committed a traffic infraction in hopes of being pulled over. It worked, according to investigators.

“Once stopped, the victim who was afraid to say he was being kidnapped had a look of despair when the deputy gave him a warning and started to send him on his way. The victim then used a hand motion in hopes that the deputy would pick up on his fear,” said MCSO.

The deputy did and ordered the man to step away from the car and away from the three other men who were sitting inside the vehicle.

Once hearing the victim’s story, the three suspects were placed into custody and the Port St. Lucie Police Department was called in.

Detectives on the scene were able to verify his accounts and confirm that this was in fact a brazen kidnapping.

Deputies searched the vehicle and found guns, knives, and large amounts of cash.

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MCSO charged the suspects with unlicensed carry of a firearm, possession of a controlled substance, and providing a false name. Port St. Lucie Police charged the trio with kidnapping, assault, home invasion, false imprisonment, and witness tampering.

The men claim that they are part of a group called the Israelites, and only wanted to come to Florida to hang out with some “bitc#$es”, according to MCSO.

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