Adam Thick is chatting on his cell phone, his car idling in the rear of the Great Lakes Crossing parking lot on a late Saturday afternoon. Two women clad in black sit in the back seat, fidgety and anxious. Taking his cue, the two women cover their faces as well, one with a pink cat mask, the other with a red bandana. The trio wait in edgy silence, focusing intently on an SUV parked several hundred feet ahead — the vehicle belonging to their target. Thick floors the accelerator and races his car up to the SUV, screeching to a halt as the target fumbles for his keys. Clusters of families witness the event, their mouths gaping in awe.
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Ben Averson is a typical 13 year old boy. He likes video games, just is starting to notice girls heavily, and loves sports, particularly baseball. Ben is slender but athletic, has sandy brown hair, hazel eyes, and wears glasses he hopes to get contacts next year. Ben plays baseball for the Barracudas and the fields are only a mile from where Ben lives. This particular day, a Saturday, Ben's team had a 10 AM game against the Cardinals and Ben decided to walk home after the game instead of taking a ride from his coach. Ben often walked to ball practice and games and to friends homes. He preferred walking because he likes to stay in good shape. This day Ben's parents both had to work and he had plans to relax at home and play video games on-line against friends. What Ben could not know was that he would soon be playing another type of game with someone who was most definitely not his friend. Ben had been spotted by The Man soon after Ben left the ball fields to walk home.
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I had such a lazy and boring day. I was sitting on the couch, watching cartoons. I wore a pink t-shirt, light blue jeans and my socks and sneakers. I sighed in pure boredom. We can help with that! As I turned around to investigate, two tiny bodies jump up and pull a sack down over me. They tackle me to the ground in a large, black burlap bag. I wiggled and struggled inside of the bag, trying to get away.
By Daily Mail Reporter. A father-of-two has been accused of kidnapping, torturing and tying up seven children for his sexual pleasure, giving them electric shocks and poking them with sharp objects. Michael E. Tringelof, 43,of Clermont County, Cincinnati, was charged yesterday with 15 counts of kidnapping, nine counts of abduction and nine counts of endangering. The alleged abuse involve both boys and girls from the age of five to ten and the offenses are said to have occurred between and Accused: Michael E. Tringelof, 43, was charged with 15 counts of kidnapping, nine counts of abduction and nine counts of endangering children. Clermont County Prosecutor Don White said that some of the children were victims more than once. Once they were in the basement he would tie them up in various ways. The extra 33 indictments come after he was charged last month on a case of kidnapping and child endangering involving a nine-year-old boy.