“Why do you carry a gun? What are you, paranoid? We have 9-1-1, so no one needs guns.” These are the kinds of questions and statements that should be thoroughly ignored and disregarded, and during this episode we discuss a prime example of why that is. As a woman was kidnapped from her own home by a recently (early) released felony sex offender.
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- Daytime Kidnapping by a Sex Offender. You should have a gun within arms reach at all times, or ideally, on your body in a holster.
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Today we wanted to know why 39-year-old Anthony Randklev of Pelican Rapids was released early from jail last month, but when we met with Otter Tail County officers this afternoon, they pointed to the Department of Corrections.
Corrections say Radklev was eligible to be released and that his release involved no supervision.
And now we know more about Anthony Randklev’s troubling past, and that this isn’t the first time he’s kidnapped someone.
Court documents say that in 2007, police arrested Randklev after he kidnapped a woman, put a mask over her face and brought her out to a wooded area saying he was going to use a saw on her. He then tied her wrists and brought her to a house where he sexually assaulted her. Documents go on to say that Radklev told the woman that he had done this to multiple people before.
Documents say Randklev later dropped the victim off at her home and told her that ‘her life was in his hands’ if she told authorities.
Randklev was sentenced to 16 years in prison. However, he was again released early and was not under police supervision.
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