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Men Say Woman Sold Bad Drugs, so they Kidnapped Her

Twenty-six year-old Carlos Cardona and 20-year-old Armando Bryan Flores are charged with aggravated kidnapping.
    Two men are charged with aggravated kidnapping after police say they held a woman against her will for more than 18 hours.
    Police say 26-year-old Carlos Cardona and 20-year-old Armando Bryan Flores told them they were mad at the victim because she sold them bad drugs.
    The victim told police she was held at gunpoint and that the two men talked about tying her up and shooting her.
    The victim says she escaped the next day when Cardona fell asleep.
    Cardona was also arrested on a charge of evading arrest in a motor vehicle with a previous conviction.
    Police say Cardona is the man who stole a car and then led police on a high-speed chase in the early morning hours of August 8.
    They say Cardona lost control and wrecked on Lake Shore Dr. near Lake Wichita.
    And he's the same man Wichita County Sheriff's deputies says was arrested during an August 13 standoff in Burkburnett.
    According to Wichita County Sheriff David Duke, police in Burkburnett attempted to pull over Cardona as he was driving.
    They say had felony warrants and was believed to be armed.
    Duke says Cardona fled from the car and ran into a trailer home .
    He says a perimeter was set up around the home after Cardona didn't come out and displayed a pistol.
    A negotiator was called on scene and was able to bring Cardona out of the home without incident.
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