Woman dressed like superhero among two charged with imprisoning minors, Florida police say

woman dressed as “Teen Titans” superheroes Crow of the two adults charged According to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office in West Florida, they imprisoned and beat minors in an abandoned building.

The girl escaped from captivity before dawn on Saturday, Nov. 5, and was rescued, the sheriff’s office said in a news release.

The ordeal began Friday night and ended when someone reported a “kidnapping/possible kidnapping” at 6:15 a.m. Saturday, the sheriff’s office said. about 45 miles northwest of Tallahassee.

“Upon arrival, agents found the minor with his hands tied behind his back,” the official said.

“The minor was determined to have been picked up by (the man) on Friday night. After some time, the victim was lowered and left alone under a tree before finally escaping,” officials said.

Investigators found that the man “met with two other women” while the minor was in custody.

Two suspects, aged 19 and 22He was arrested in Houston County, Alabama, according to AL.com. The man and woman are from Houston County.

A photo shared by the sheriff’s office showed a woman in a black bathing suit, purple wig, purple cape and cowboy boots. It is a costume with a patterned face similar to the one worn by the superhero Raven in the anime series “Teen Titans”.

Investigators did not explain why the woman was dressed that way.

The man is facing charges of “robbery, wrongful imprisonment, tampering with the victim, and battery,” according to the Sheriff’s Office.

The woman was charged with “first degree robbery, first degree wrongful confinement, first degree tampering with a victim, and first degree assault.”

The minor’s age has not been made public. Fox News reports that she is in her teens. Investigators did not say whether she knew the suspect before the incident.

Father died trying to save daughter from rip current off Florida beach, officials say

American Crocodile Rarely Appears on Florida Beach, Video Show

Four dead at home in Florida.Police say two children survived by hiding under blankets