Orlando, Florida. Orlando police reported that one person was detained early on Saturday morning. He in the words of Orlando police, killed a woman and took her away on an additional Saturday.

Police say the 25-year-old Ruddell Pierre killed and shot the 40-year old Tamalari Arnold about 8.30 a.m. within the block of 4000 of Harwich Street.

Police say Arnold was transported to the hospital nearby in critical condition, and there she died. Pierre was then able to kidnap a 24-year-old woman, who was dragged into a car with a gun, and later according to police, she was raped by police.

According to the report on the arrest, Arnold was a colleague of the woman who witnessed Pierre confronting the victim in the workplace where they had worked earlier on Saturday. The woman decided to follow the victim back to work in order to ensure she arrived there in safety.

Pierre took both of them to the police station after which, when the victim got at home, he slammed into the two and then shot Arnold according to the report of arrest.

Witnesses reported hearing the victim yelling, “Please don’t kill me!” before Pierre ordered her to enter his vehicle at gunpoint according to the report of arrest.

Investigators suspect Pierre drove an 2018 Burgundy Kia Optima bearing the JPYN09 tag.

According to the arrest report Pierre was accused of first degree murder and armed kidnapping as well as sexual assault, and vehicle theft.

He is held without bail in the Orange County Jail.

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