He was arrested Sunday on charges of kidnapping and enticing and luring a child.
Domingo-Andres remained in custody early Tuesday after Judge Ted Booras on Monday set his bond amount at $150,000.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, the child began to walk away as Domingo-Andres continued his pursuit. A neighbor was able to get the vehicle’s tag number before Domingo-Andres could drive away.
Deputies found the vehicle in front of Domingo-Andres’ home a few blocks away and questioned him about the alleged incident.
He initially denied speaking to any children, saying he had only spoken to an older man who asked him for a ride to a store, the report said.
However, Domingo-Andrews later told deputies he had just gotten paid and wanted to treat the child either to food or candy.