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Texas Man Charged In Kidnapping of Two Sisters

In Austin today, a sovereign censure was unblocked charging Terrance “Terry” Allen Miles in the abduction of two minors.

Yesterday, authorities in Colorado took 44–year-old Miles into control but occurrence during a traffic stop. The two minors, ages 7 and 14, were found protected in the car Miles was driving.


According to the complaint, on or about Dec 30, 2017, the Round Rock, Texas Police Department (RRTPD) perceived a call for a gratification check on Tonya Ellen Bates since she did not show up for work on Dec 30, 2017, as expected.

According to justice documents, on conducting the gratification check at Bates’ residence, RRTPD located Bates’ defunct body. Bates seemed to have suffered from blunt force trauma. Bates was the only particular at the chateau at the time of the gratification check and Bates’ 2017 Hyundai Accent was missing. Investigation suggested Bates had two teenager daughters and a roommate named Terry Allen Miles who lived with Bates.

On or about Dec 30, 2017, at approximately 1:00 a.m., Miles’ mom perceived a content summary from a phone that belonged to one of the daughters. RRTPD officers obtained dungeon phone information on the children’s two phones. One of the phones was located in a heavily wooded area adjacent to a Wal-Mart store located in Round Rock, Texas. Surveillance from the Wal-Mart store showed what seemed to be Miles purchasing countless camping-related equipment and then leaving the Wal-Mart in a car appearing to compare Bates’ vehicle.

Authorities dynamic Bates’ blank Hyundai was in northern New Mexico nearby the Colorado state line. Las Animas County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Miles nearby La Veta, Colorado, on the dusk of Jan 3.

Miles is scheduled for an initial coming currently at 3:00 p.m. (CST) in Federal District Court in Denver, Colorado.

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