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Chelan County sheriff's detectives arrest kidnapping suspect

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Sheriff's detectives have arrested a 55-year-old man in connection to the death of Ignacio Ramirez, whose body was found in a remote area of Mason, Wash. in August. Sheriff's detectives have arrested a 55-year-old man in connection to the death of Ignacio Ramirez, whose body was found in a remote area of Mason, Wash. in August.
MANSON, Wash. -

Sheriff's detectives have arrested a 55-year-old man in connection to the death of Ignacio Ramirez, whose body was found in a remote area of Manson, Wash. in August. Sedano was booked into Chelan County Regional Justice Center for kidnapping in the first degree and first degree assault.

Ramirez died from multiple gunshot wounds and was buried in a shallow grave. Through their investigation, Chelan County detectives learned that on Aug. 24,  Sedano contacted Ramirez and his friend at a cabin at Seven Star Orchards. Sedano was armed when he approached Ramirez and his friend, and had a conversation before Sedano kidnapped Ramirez and forced him into his car, then Sedano drove him to an unknown location.

Ramirez was not seen or heard from again until his remains were found on Aug. 27.

A search warrant of Sedano's house was executed Dec. 8, where weapons, ammunition and other possible evidence was found. Detectives are still actively investigating the incident.

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