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Kidnapping Charges Issued

Kidnapping Charges Issued

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Sioux Falls, SD (AP) — A South Dakota man and his daughter from California face kidnapping charges.

The charges are the result of the two allegedly locking the woman’s husband in a grain bin in Iowa following a domestic dispute. As previously shared by KICD News,
Craig Olson, of Canton, South Dakota, and Oriana Groppetti, of Visalia, California, both are charged in Lyon County. Groppetti has pleaded not guilty. No plea is known for Olson.
It’s alleged that Olson and his daughter locked Derek Groppetti, of Visalia, in an empty grain bin on July 22nd. Groppeti escaped but was later taken to another abandoned farm, where he fled on foot to an occupied farm and called for help.

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