When police arrived, the agents returned, telling officers they were charging the man’s wife with harboring a fugitive and obstructing them, but as officers were talking to the family, the agents left again with the woman still in their custody, Ritter said.
“Police units began searching for the truck and quickly located it parked outside the subdivision,” he said. “Officers secured the immediate release of the female.”
Ritter said that after further investigation, both agents were arrested and taken to the Gwinnett County jail. Kevin Roberson and Khalil Abdullah were charged with home invasion, kidnapping and false imprisonment.
A preliminary hearing for the two has been set for 8:30 a.m. Dec. 2, according to magistrate court officials.
“Other charges are pending due to the existence of video evidence obtained by persons inside the house using their cell phone cameras,” Ritter said.
The man being sought by the bail bondsmen had not been located late Sunday.