Police said Karitza Zavala-Gomez, 20, was arrested on Monday and was identified as the driver and co-conspirator of the incident.
Police said the male victim met with Zavala-Gomez at his house and she drove him a short distance away. She then stopped the car and let two male suspects into the car, the the victim told police.
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One of the identified suspects, Youssef Mohammed, 22, then pointed a Colt .45 handgun at the victim and asked the victim for “the money and drugs”.
They then drove back to the victim’s house and took a large amount of cash and some electronics.
No one was injured.
Zavala-Gomez received multiple conspiracy charges including kidnapping with a firearm and burglary. She was held on a $250,000 bond for arraignment on Tuesday at the Waterbury Superior Court.
Police arrested Mohammed on May 8.
Police believe the victim was specifically targeted and the incident was not random.
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