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Lavento Fox Found Not Guilty

Lavento Fox

Lavento Fox has been found not guilty in the case of kidnapping of Roderick “Ham” Davis and Eric “E” Treadwell.
Fox was accused of one count of burglary, two counts of aggravated assault and two counts of kidnapping. He was found not guilty on all five counts.
The incident occurred on August 15, 2010 after Davis and Treadwell returned to Treadwell’s home at 1417 13th Avenue North. The pair were unaware that a masked duo were already in the home, waiting on the men to return.
According to Treadwell, he and Davis were hogtied with electrical cord, and then tortured for nearly tow hours by the bandits. Treadwell claims that the men heated forks on the stove and pressed them up and down the bound men’s bodies before being bound and gagged with duct tape.
That is when the men say their captors wrapped towels around their victim’s heads and escorted them outside to Davis’s waiting 2003 Acura. Treadwell says that his towel slipped off his eyes and he was able to see that the trunk of the car was open. He then decided to flee, running blindly from the men hoping to elude his fate. Treadwell ran down to a home on the 1500 block of 13th Avenue to seek help, later telling police “I thought I was a dead man for sure.”
The robbers then allegedly threw Davis in the trunk of his own car and drove off, heading towards Railroad Street.
Davis says that he was able to free his hands and pull the safety hatch hanging from the trunk of the vehicle. Once the trunk was open, Davis escaped at the intersection of 7th Avenue North and Railroad Street. After his risky escape, Davis ran to 811 16th Street North where that resident then call E-911.
When police arrived on scene both Davis and Treadwell told investigators that Lavento Fox was the one responsible for their kidnapping.
[If Packet readers will recall, a picture of Davis showing his wounds to Lt. John Pevey graced the cover of Packet 853. SF] Davis’ car was discovered nearly a week later by The Packet’s own Rick Mason and Ward 5 Councilman Kabir Karriem in Frog Bottom, located behind Morgan Apartments on 22nd Street North.
Represented by William Starks, Fox’s trial began Monday. The prosecution rested Tuesday morning with the defense resting Tuesday afternoon. The jury returned the “not guilty” verdicts Wednesday afternoon.

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2 comments

  1. T.Fox

    I firmly believe that no one is above the law. Even though the law is set to protect and serve individuals who wear a badge take advantage of it as if they are above the law. What we must all understand is we are all human first and no man is better than the next. All sins are counted the same in God eyes. People are quick to point the finger and say someone did something to them and haven’t really seen who or what did it too them. When my brother was arrested for this paticular crime he was told he was being arrested for it because someone said it heard like him, but didn’t actually see him. God does not sleep nor slumber and when it’s your time to face the ladder they should pray he have mercy on thier souls. What goes around definately comes around. My little brother served time in jail for a crime he constantly confest to not committing all because of some stating it heard like him. Ironically, it is definately hard for me or any individual to pin point someone voice without a recording. I believe that when people want to see those they envy to be hurt this is how they do it through lies and deceit. God definately knows what is best and I am happy the jury did what they seen was in their best intrest by examining the evidence and seeing it wasn’t adding up to the men stories they told. Sadly, to say the men stories weren’t adding up at all each time. Now, although this is my little brother I feel somewhat sympathic for thier pain and suffering, but I feel more for him having to be put behind bars for a crime he didn’t do and miss out on his children life for 1 year and several months. Is this justice I think not for Lavento Fox. Now run and tell that because this is what the media is good for anyway “Gossip”.

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