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A fourth man sought by Bowling Green Police in a late August kidnapping turned himself in on Tuesday.
BG Police say 19-year-old Nicholas Martinez surrendered himself in Bowling Green Municipal Court on Tuesday morning. Martinez was the last of four suspects to be arrested for the kidnapping of a University of Toledo student which began in Toledo, continued to Bowling Green and ended in Holland, Ohio.
Blake Long, Brittany Long and Hui Zang were previously arrested in the case. Bowling Green Police say the four lured a Chinese University of Toledo student into their vehicle with the promise of a ride to Cedar Point, then drove him to Bowling Green and stole his credit cards. The four then drove the student to the EconoLodge in Holland, Ohio and attempted to solicit ransom from his relatives in China, police said.