Five people have been indicted in connection to the kidnapping and murder of an Oregon man found bound and fatally shot execution-style last fall, authorities said.
Detectives alleged the 35-year-old victim was selling drugs in the area and believe the suspects abducted him in downtown Portland and killed him before dumping his body because of a debt he owed, police said, according to Seattle radio station KOMO.
Cesar Estrada-Nava, 31, and D’Sean Maurice Baker, 43, each face charges of second-degree murder with a firearm, criminal conspiracy to commit second-degree murder, first-degree kidnapping, criminal conspiracy to commit first-degree kidnapping, and third-degree assault.
Kassandra Kitchens, 26, Andrew Bushnell, 36, and Christian Joshua Wobbe, 23, are accused of first-degree kidnapping, criminal conspiracy to commit first-degree kidnapping, third-degree assault, and criminal conspiracy to commit third-degree assault.
Kitchens, Estrada-Nava and Baker are each also additionally charged with criminal conspiracy to commit unlawful delivery of oxycodone.
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