Bail of more than $1 million was set for a man who was arrested in connection to the abduction of a 17-year-old Henderson girl.
Mariano Sanchez-Sanchez was in a Henderson court room on Monday for a preliminary hearing.
According to Henderson police, he was one of four men arrested for roles in the abduction of Melissa Duran. Police said Sanchez-Sanchez was arrested on Sept. 5, five days after the reported kidnapping.
Police said he was accused of letting three other suspects – Alejandro Sanchez-Sanchez, Cesar Sanchez and Jose Sanchez-Perez – use his vehicle in the alleged plot.
Police said the suspects intended to hold Duran ransom.
Duran told FOX5 the four are also cousins and all used to work for her father's landscaping company.
Alejandro Sanchez-Sanchez and Cesar Sanchez were arrested on Sept. 1 when police rescued Duran from a Las Vegas apartment complex.
Police said Jose Sanchez-Perez was arrested in Vallejo, Calif. FBI officials and police in Vallejo were able to track him to the northern California town, Henderson PD said.
Mariano Sanchez-Sanchez was ordered back in Henderson court on Sept. 13. His bail was set Monday at $1,003,000.
Stay tuned to FOX5 for the latest on this developing story.
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