Glastonbury man charged with kidnapping, assault

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He was arraigned in Manchester Superior Court on Tuesday, where Judge Kathleen McNamara set his bond at $350,000. If Cisneros-Yanes does post bond, he will have to wear a GPS monitoring device, McNamara ordered.

According to state police, on Monday, around 6:30 p.m. they received a call from a woman who stated that she was in a pickup truck traveling on I-84, and the driver was pointing a gun at her.

State police pulled the truck over near Exit 45 and took Cisneros-Yanes, the driver, into custody. Inside the truck, they found a handgun, two clips of ammunition, and a box of ammunition.

Meanwhile, the woman was brought to a state police cruiser, where she provided state police with a written statement. According to her statement, which is contained in the state police report, events happened this way:

She and Cisneros-Yanes got into an argument Sunday at her home, during which she told him she wanted to break up because she felt their relationship was “toxic”.

In response, Cisneros-Yanes choked her and told her that wasn’t going to happen.The next day, they brought the woman’s sister to school, went to the mall, where they replaced the woman’s phone that Cisneros-Yanes had broken, and then […]

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