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Arrest made in attempted kidnappings in Pasadena, Deer Park

The man, recognized as Chase Brefczynski, has been charged with one depend of aggravated attempted kidnapping.

PASADENA, Texas — The man accused of making an attempt to kidnap three ladies in the Pasadena and Deer Park space has been arrested, police stated. 

The man, recognized as Chase Brefczynski, has been charged with one depend of aggravated attempted kidnapping. He was taken into custody with out incident Wednesday afternoon in Lufkin.

Police in each Pasadena and Deer Park have been on the lookout for Brefczynski who they stated tried to lure three ladies into his car on the identical day — two in the Pasadena space and one in Deer Park.

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Police stated Brefczynski even pulled out a gun and threatened to harm one of many ladies if they didn’t obey his instructions.

One of the victims, an 11-year-old Deer Park lady, stated when the suspect approached her, he requested her to not inform anybody.

“I noticed a car and he was, like, pulled up right beside me,” stated the 11-year-old whose identification we’re not revealing.

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The younger lady stated he requested her for instructions to a neighborhood heart.

“And I told him ‘hey, I don’t know where that is, I don’t know where it is,’” she said. “And he stated ‘OK’ and left.”

The younger lady stated she instantly referred to as her mother as a result of she was involved, and through that point, the person got here again.

“When he got here again and noticed me on the telephone, he began yelling at me to place it away and he stated to not report it and to not inform anybody,” the lady stated.

The Pasadena Special Investigations Division is constant to comply with up on this case and asks another potential victims or witnesses who could have come into contact with Brefczynski to come back ahead by contacting Detective S. Espinoza at 713-475-7266.

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