Tip led to the arrest of two White male suspects sought in connection with the aggravated abduction and rape of a female Johnson County Sheriff deputy.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
October 12, 2016
Centerview, Missouri – On Tuesday, both Brady Newman-Caddell, 21, and William Luth, 24, we’re taken into custody in connection with the late Friday kidnapping and rape of a female Johnson County Sheriff deputy. According to the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO), the two suspects were taken into custody in Jackson County without incident. Newman-Caddell and Luth have been charged each with three felony counts for aggravated kidnapping, rape and sodomy. Bond was set at $1M for each suspect.
The suspects allegedly abducted the female deputy shortly after parking her vehicle at the JCSO Adult Detention Center and was walking to the Central Booking building where she worked when she was kidnapped. One of the suspects forced the female deputy into their vehicle and drove around in dirt roads taking turns in raping and sodomizing the female deputy. She had her face covered, but managed to get a glimpse of both suspects. The suspects freed the female deputy several hours later and she walked to a County Sheriff’s Office to report the crime.
Authorities were able to get DNA evidence, which determine it was two males and the DNA was entered in data base to identify a suspect.
The suspects were transported to the JCSO jail for booking.