Abducted Santa Rosa girls found safe; dad arrested
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KABC) -- Jose Albert Rojo-Bojorquez from Santa Rosa was arrested after he allegedly abducted his three young daughters.
Santa Rosa police arrested Rojo-Bojorquez on Thursday night after they tracked him down at a motel.
The girls, 7-year-old Alyna Rojo, 6-year-old Maraya Rojo and 3-year-old Sofia Rojo, were found unharmed. Officials said they were placed with relatives.
Authorities said officers were called to an insurance agency at around 11 a.m. Thursday after Rojo-Bojorquez went to the building and tried to get his wife to come outside.
When the woman refused, Rojo-Bojorquez left, returned with their children, rammed his SUV into the building and fled.
Police said Rojo-Bojorquez, 25, was free on bail in a domestic violence case involving his wife at the time of the incident.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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