Carlos Figueroa-Fagot gets prison time in attempted kidnapping of girl, 10
A Philadelphia jury convicted Carlos Figueroa-Fagot of all charges including attempting to kidnap a 10-year-old girl in 2012. A judge sentenced him to 17 to 34 years in prison.
On the afternoon of July 17, 2012, Figueroa-Fagot pulled his car up to a 10-year-old girl and her two-year-old brother on the 2400 block of Lee Street in South Philadelphia. The brother and sister were walking to buy water ice w hen Figueroa-Fagot exited his car, picked up the young girl and tried to carry her to his car as her brother screamed. The young girl was able to free herself, police said, and Figueroa-Fagot again picked her up and put his hand over her mouth as she screamed.
The young girl broke free, grabbed her brother and ran away. Figueroa-Fagot jumped into car and fled, police said.
Surveillance tape showed the abduction. Figueroa-Fagot was convicted in 2013 of attempted kidnapping, unlawful contact with a minor, indecent assault and other related charges.