A Dundee man faces as much as 30 years in jail for kidnapping a safety guard and robbing cellphone shops in 2016 at a north suburban mall.
Cesar Natali-Rodriguez, 26, was discovered responsible of armed theft, kidnapping, armed violence, theft and illegal restraint, the Kane County State’s Legal professional’s workplace introduced Friday.
Natali-Rodriguez and his confederate waited for a safety guard on Nov. 1, 2016, inside Spring Hill Mall in West Dundee then sure his arms with zip ties and coated his eyes with sun shades which had duct tape over the lenses, the state’s lawyer’s workplace mentioned.
The 2 requested the guard for data on the mall safety movies and broke into the Cricket Wi-fi retailer and the T-Cellular kiosk, taking greater than $10,000 value of cellphones, the state’s lawyer’s workplace mentioned.
After robbing the shops, Natali-Rodriguez and his confederate took the guard to a secluded a part of the mall which was beneath development, and left him handcuffed to a drainpipe, the state’s lawyer’s workplace mentioned.
DNA proof discovered on the zip ties and sun shades matched to Natali-Rodriguez, in line with the state’s lawyer’s workplace.
Natali-Rodriguez’s subsequent court docket look is scheduled for Might 7. He stays held within the Kane County jail on a $750,000 bond.