In September: 3-year-old starved to death Police: 3 captive sisters fed once a day The girls’ stepfather, Fernando Richter, 34, and the mother, Sophia Richter, 32, were arrested and booked into the Pima County Jail. Sophia Richter faces three counts of kidnapping, three counts of child abuse/emotional abuse and three counts of child abuse/physical abuse. The stepfather faces the same charges, plus an additional count of sexual abuse with a person younger than 15, according to the report. Villasenor would not elaborate on the sex abuse charge Wednesday, saying only, “We had enough to charge him with that.” A judge on Wednesday set bond for Fernando Richter at $100,000 and for Sophia Richter at $75,000 after the pair appeared in court via video, according to CNN affiliate KOLD. The case began to unfold just after 4 a.m. Tuesday, when police responded to a report of a domestic incident involving a knife, according to the incident report. When police went into the house, they found the 17-year-old locked in her bedroom.
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US Rappers Say They Filmed Music Video in NKorea
Americans are able to travel to North Korea on arranged tours and are constantly accompanied by North Korea minders. After an elderly American was detained in the country, the U.S. State Department issued a travel warning on Nov. 19, advising against all travel by U.S. citizens to North Korea. The two rappers said their trip shied away from politics. “I mean we did not go there to be political.
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