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An arrest report says Fabao Chen, 58, went to the Kroger on 27th and Broadway in the Parkland neighborhood on Tuesday and took a juvenile against their will.
When passersby saw what was happening, they attempted to intervene -- but Chen pulled a gun from his pants and pointed it at them and then at the juvenile's head, the report said.
Police said Chen then forced the juvenile to Double Dragon Restaurant, which Chen said he owns. When they arrived, a big crowd formed and multiple people tried getting Chen to release the juvenile, police said.
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Chen then pointed his gun at the crowd in what police called a threatening manner.
Chen was eventually arrested by police at that location. Police also recovered his gun, which turned out to be a BB gun.
During his arraignment, Chen told police the juvenile involved had been causing trouble inside of his restaurant.
Chen pleaded not guilty Wednesday to kidnapping a minor and three counts of wanton endangerment.
He was ordered not to have any contact with the restaurant.
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