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Capretz, wanted for kidnapping, in El Paso County jail

By: The Gazette
January 4, 2014 Updated: January 4, 2014 at 11:27 pm
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A woman suspected of holding a machete to a man's neck while holding him against his will on Dec. 19 was arrested Thursday, court documents show.

Suzanne Capretz, 39, was booked into the El Paso County jail on suspicion of kidnapping, according to the El Paso County sheriff's jail log. She remained held without bond Saturday evening.

Capretz was out of the El Paso County jail on bond during the alleged kidnapping, according to court records.

On Dec. 18, Capretz was arrested on suspicion of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud or deceit, court records show. She posted a $1,000 bond and was released from the El Paso County jail.

A day later, investigators suspect she helped lure a man to a house in Colorado Springs -- then allegedly held the machete to his neck while threatening to kill him, according to her arrest warrant.

Timothy Ray Vigil, 42, also has been arrested in connection with the alleged kidnapping.

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