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Published on Sep 3, 2009
Phillip Garrido Caught Driving on Google Earth/Jaycee Dugard was held hostage 18 yr.s 1425 Walnut Avenue, Antioch, California, United States Jaycee Lee Dugard, an 11-year-old girl who was kidnapped from South Lake Tahoe in 1991, has been found alive and the man wanted in her disappearance has admitted to abducting her. Two suspects are in custody. The suspects were moved Thursday afternoon to the El Dorado County Jail from the Contra Costa County jail where they had been held since their arrest Wednesday.
The suspects are a husband and wife. They've been identified as 58-year-old Phillip Craig Garrido and 54-year-old Nancy Garrido. The two were being held on one million dollars bail each. According to an officer at the Contra Costa County jail, Phillip Garrido has five pending charges: kidnapping, rape, lewd behavior, sexual penetration and conspiracy, while Nancy Garrido has two pending charges, kidnapping and conspiracy.
Phillip Garrido is also being held for investigation of rape by force, lewd and lascivious acts with a minor and sexual penetration, said Jimmie Lee, a spokesman for the Contra Costa Sheriff's Department.
Phillip Garrido has a conviction for rape by force or fear, according to the Megan's Law database.
The kidnapped woman was in good health when she came into a San Francisco Bay area police station and said she was Jaycee Lee Dugard, a blond, ponytailed girl when she was abducted as she headed to a school bus stop 18 years ago outside her South Lake Tahoe home, said sheriff's Lt. Les Lovell of the El Dorado Sheriff's Department.