Fremont man charged with
kidnapping, says it was an accident
Fremont, California, police arrested Aron Kumar Roy on charges of kidnapping with the intent to commit sexual assault, earlier this week.
Roy, 23, was arraigned at the Superior Court of
California, Fremont Hall of Justice, June 12, and booked on
six felony charges: Kidnapping, kidnapping with the intent
to commit rape, assault with a deadly weapon, assault with
intent to commit a sex offence, false imprisonment, and
June 10, the Fremont police received a call that a person was
being chased with a knife after being kidnapped. On arriving
at the scene, the officers found a 16-year-old girl crying.
They learned that the victim had driven to Lucky’s supermarket at the Brookvale Shopping Center, Fremont, shortly before 7 am, parked her vehicle and entered the store.
While she was at the store, the suspect entered the victim’s
car and hid in the back seat. When the victim returned to
her car and began to drive off, the suspect loomed behind
her in a grey hooded sweatshirt and produced a knife.
According to the police, he instructed her to drive to a
remote location in Isherwood and Chaplin.
The police believe the intent of the abduction was to
commit sexual assault because the suspect told her to
take off her clothes. After parking her car, the victim
managed to escape from the vehicle and ran to a neigh-
boring home where she sought refuge from the resident,
who called the police. Officers and detectives immediate-
ly responded to the call and found the victim’s vehicle on
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US Representative Rush D Holt Jr, center, during an election campaign. Left, US Representative Frank J Pallone
priest arrested for
child sex abuse
elected to the US Senate, at age 29.
His mother served as West Virginia’s
first woman secretary of state.
Hosh strongly opposed the spying
on the Internet by the government.
‘If you sent a message to a mental
health provider in recent years, then
the government can know it,’ he said.
‘If you called your parents while they
were vacationing overseas, the gov-
ernment knows it. If you called your
House or Senate members, the intel-
ligence agencies know it. You are
guilty of nothing, but the government treats you with a
presumption of suspicion that flips the presumption of
innocence on its head.’
Doctor to pay $2 million to settle Medicare fraud
Charlotte-based neurologist Dr Hemanth P Rao has agreed to pay $2 million plus interest to
the United States to settle civil fraud
allegations, said Anne M Tompkins,
US Attorney for the Western District of
Rao is the owner and principal neu-
rologist at The Neurological Institute
in Charlotte, formerly known as
Neurological Consultants of the
The settlement was reached follow-
ing investigations by the office of the
inspector general of the Department of
Health and Human Services into Rao’s
practices associated with the adminis-
tration of intravenous immunoglobulin