Custody Orders from Peru showing Dustin has full custody in that country.

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The US citizen Dustin William Kent and his friend Kevin Critchley released yesterday from the maximum security prison, Miguel Castro Castro, after spending seven months in detention without a sentence after being accused of kidnapping his own daughter in San Borja .

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Criminal Judge of Lima, Lorena Alessi ordered the release of US citizen Dustin William Kent who was accused of kidnapping his youngest daughter Adriana five years in San Borja in February and ordered his ban from leaving the country until the completion of investigations it is followed by subtraction to low.

Judge of the 10 Criminal Court of Lima ordered the release of the US, after changing the type of criminal offense of aggravated kidnapping for child abduction, to determine that he is her father and is holding her daughter since April 24 2015, by the Court of California of the United States.

Therefore, for Dustin Kent judge he did not commit the crime of aggravated kidnapping and child abduction but also ordered the release of his friend the British Kevin Critchley also incarcerated in the maximum security prison Miguel Castro Castro.

Criminal Judge of Lima, he varied the custody for conditional appearance with rules of conduct, to order the prohibition to leave the country and pay a thousand soles for caution in order not shun justice and to be paid within 15 days.

Another of the rules of conduct that must meet is no change of address without notice of the judge promptly attend all the summonses to be made in this process, not leave the territory of the Republic without notice of the court and assist each 30 days to the biometric registration in order to account for their activities.

Dustin Kent’s lawyer, Sandro Monteblanco Marquez requested the release of his sponsor claiming that a person can remain in prison when the sentence is more than 4 years and the crime of abduction the penalty is two years’ imprisonment.

Also, the head 10 Criminal Court of Lima changed the criminal, because the prosecution did not present enough evidence to accuse the US for the crime of aggravated kidnapping.

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El autor toma dos casos que pusieron en duda los alcances de la Constitución y la legislación penal en nuestro país sobre la facultad de los padres a ejercer la custodia de sus hijos menores. Asimismo, explica que en diversas situaciones la interpretación de ambos ordenamientos sobre la materia puede resultar perjudicial.

En las últimas semanas, los diferentes medios de comunicación han difundido dos noticias cuyos protagonistas son padres procesados por la comisión del delito de secuestro, y que, por requerimiento del Ministerio Público, el Poder Judicial les ordenó prisión preventiva.

El primero de estos dos casos ocurrió en la Región Arequipa y motivó una gran indignación: Delia Flores fue detenida porque intentó inscribir en el Registro Civil a un menor de tres meses de nacido como su hijo sin la constancia de nacimiento y utilizando documentos fotocopiados. Las autoridades policiales “sospecharon” que el menor era un niño raptado en un centro de salud en el mes de octubre pasado y detuvieron a Flores por una semana, ordenándose su ingreso al Establecimiento Penitenciario de Pucchun por la presunta comisión del delito de secuestro agravado. Posteriormente, se determinó, en los resultados de la prueba de ADN, que era la verdadera madre del niño y así obtuvo su libertad.

El segundo caso tuvo como protagonista al ciudadano norteamericano Dustin William Kent, quien llegó al Perú con la finalidad de recuperar a su hija de 5 años de edad, sustraída en los Estados Unidos por su exesposa y madre de la menor. La mujer trasladó a la niña incumpliendo una orden emitida por un tribunal de justicia que otorgaba la custodia al padre. Kent, fue detenido por la Policía Nacional y la niña entregada a la madre sin tomar en consideración a quién le correspondía la tenencia legal. El Poder judicial ordenó dos meses de prisión preventiva para el progenitor por participar en el delito de secuestro agravado (delito penado con cadena perpetua). Por su parte, el Ministerio Público solicitaba 18 meses de esta medida coercitiva de carácter personal, lo que en verdad no se entiende de un órgano considerado “defensor de la legalidad”.

¿Cometen secuestro los progenitores respecto de sus hijos menores de edad?

 

A Northridge man is being held at a maximum security prison in Peru for allegedly kidnapping his 5-year-old daughter despite having been granted sole custody by a Los Angeles court, his attorney said Monday.

Dustin Kent, 32, of Northridge, who has been in custody for about a month, is being preliminarily held at the Miguel Castro Castro prison in Lima, Peru, pending a two-month investigation into an allegation that he committed aggravated kidnapping there, defense attorney Sandro Monteblanco said by phone from Peru. The registered nurse has been sent to prison pending the outcome of the probe because he is a foreigner and thus considered a flight risk, he said.

Kent’s ex-wife, Rose Mary Ann Kent, fled the United States with her daughter in January of last year amid ongoing custody hearings, the attorney said.

“It’s a situation where a dad that had sole custody of his daughter found her (in Peru) after having been abducted for a year, took his daughter with him and in a flash of a moment, the ex-wife says it’s a kidnapping ring and suddenly he’s been put in prison and is looking at the barrel of a 35-year mandatory sentence for aggravated kidnapping,” Monteblanco said.

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NORTHRIDGE (CBSLA.com) —  The family of a Northridge man feared for his safety Wednesday night.

In January, Dustin Kent went looking for his 5-year-old daughter Adrianna who lives in Peru with her mother. Soon after locating the little girl, Kent was arrested by Peruvian police on kidnapping charges.

The case has created a media frenzy in Peru, where the 32-year-old father could spend the next several decades behind bars.

On Wednesday night, CBS2’s Peter Daut spoke to Kent’s family.

“It’s ludicrous! it’s beyond unimaginable,” Dustin’s father, Bill, said. “It should not be kidnapping, it’s a custody thing. What parent wouldn’t want to find their own child?”

Kent’s father is desperate for his son’s release. His son and Adrianna’s mother, Rose, married in 2007, but they divorced several years later.

After a judge granted the parents shared custody of Adrianna, Rose fled to her native home in Peru with their daughter. This prompted a judge to grant Kent complete custody.

A full year has passed. Kent still does not have Adrianna in his custody. His father says the little girl was kept in hiding.

 

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