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Four Women Accused of Invading Florida Home, Abducting 6-Year-Old Child at Knifepoint

4 Women Accused of Invading Florida Home, Abducting Child at Knifepoint
Source: Melbourne Police Department

Eva Leonora Ical (top left), Ingris Ical (top right), Marcia Ical (bottom left) and Dilia Pop Tec Ical (bottom right) have been charged with multiple crimes after allegedly abducting a 6-year-old child at knifepoint, officials said.

Apr. 22 2024, Published 12:02 p.m. ET

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Police say four women have been arrested after they allegedly abducted a 6-year-old child from another woman at knifepoint in Florida.

Around 11 a.m. on April 20, officers were called to a residence in south Melbourne, according to the Melbourne Police Department.

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The victim told responding officers that the child was taken by “multiple female suspects who had attacked her and threatened her with a knife.”

Officials said the women took the child in an SUV that had Alabama plates.

Investigators believed the women are related to the child’s father, who lives in Alabama.

After issuing a statewide bulletin, deputies with the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office spotted the vehicle heading west on Interstate 10 about 200 miles away, WKMG reported.

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The officers were able to stop the vehicle, recover the child and detain the suspects, according to officials.

The suspects were identified as Eva Leonora Ical, 32; Ingris Ical, 22; Marcia Ical, 30; and Dilia Pop Tec Ical, 24.

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The four were all arrested and have each been charged with home invasion robbery, grand theft from a dwelling, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, kidnapping, child abuse, and unlawful possession of the personal identification information of another person.

The women are expected to be extradited back to Brevard County.

Officials said the child was returned to the mother and was not physically injured.


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