A northern California mother, father and step-father of a 15-year-old girl reportedly are behind bars after police accused them of assaulting and kidnapping a teenage boy they found in their daughter’s bedroom in an apparent hate crime.
The 15-year-old’s biological father, 49-year-old Luisandor Suarez, her mother, 46-year-old Haydee Arguello, and her step-father, 46-year-old Wilfredo Amaya, allegedly abused a 17-year-old African American boy physically for 30 minutes and threatened to kill him on Thursday, according to San Bruno Police and local reports. San Bruno is about 15 minutes from San Francisco.
The boy went to the police department and reported that he had been held against his will, assaulted and threatened by the three suspects at a home in San Bruno, police said.
“These family members ultimately restrained the victim using a rope. Held him against his will, assaulted him multiple times and even threatened to kill him,” according to a news release sent to Fox News from the San Bruno Police Department. The news release said the teen eventually was “released” and ran away from the home.