Three accused of kidnapping Petaluma man at gunpoint

Three Sonoma County residents were in jail Monday night, suspected of kidnapping a Petaluma man at gunpoint from his Sixth Street home, police reported.

A call to police tipped them to the alleged crime and officers stopped a car not far from the home, reported Petaluma police Sgt. Marty Frye.

Inside they found the resident, three suspects, a loaded handgun and some methamphetamine, Frye reported.

Officers arrested Genoveva Ramirez, 28, of Santa Rosa, Eduardo Hernandez, 32, of Sebastopol and Raul Atilano-Lopez, 29, of Penngrove on suspicion of kidnapping and robbery, possession of methamphetamine for sale and other charges.

Police said the crime occurred just before 9 p.m.

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