Fort Walton Beach, FL (May 23, 2019) – Today, police confirmed that two 16-year-olds were charged with kidnapping and armed robbery in Fort Walton Beach in connection to a Monday robbery.
Investigators were initially called to the scene of a crime at 110 Oakhill Avenue to purchase marijuana cartridges for $150 even though they did not have cash. They met the victim at his house. He got into Celeste Templin’s vehicle so that they could make the transaction.
While the victim was inside the vehicle, Niriah Rudolph pulled out a gun and there was a struggle. Templin drove off with the victim in the vehicle until he was able to free himself and get out of their car.
Templin confessed to investigators that they went to the home with the sole purpose of robbing the victim. She blamed the robbery on Rudolph.
The investigation into the incident continues.
Fort Walton Beach Kidnapping Laws
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