Pair Accused in Murder, Kidnapping

Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), May 8, 2012 | Go to article overview

Pair Accused in Murder, Kidnapping


Byline: Paul Biasco pbiasco@dailyherald.com By Paul Biasco pbiasco@dailyherald.com

Two men are being held at the Lake County jail on murder, kidnapping and sexual assault charges after a woman was shot dead near Atlanta.

Lake County sheriff's deputies and detectives from the Criminal Investigations Unit, Special Investigations Unit and the U.S. Marshal's Service located the suspects and a kidnapping victim inside a Beach Park motel about 3 a.m. May 2, police announced Monday.

Police were alerted to the American Inn Motel, 39018 Sheridan Road, by the victim who was kidnapped in Georgia and sexually assaulted while en route to the Chicago area, according to the Lake County sheriff's office.

Police said the kidnapping victim was able to send a text message to a friend with the motel's location, and the friend alerted authorities.

About two days before his arrest, 22-year-old Cristian De La O Hernandez met the kidnapping victim and Maria J. Ramon at a dance club in DeKalb, Ga, according to police. Hernandez, who is originally from Zion, talked the women into leaving the club and going to a different bar across town in Ramon's vehicle, police said.

While driving to the bar, Hernandez pulled out a handgun, began firing shots out the window and pointed the gun at Ramon, according to police. He then ordered her to stop the car so he could drive and told the second victim to take off her clothes and get in the back seat, police said. …

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