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3 men sentenced in torture of Missouri man over drug debt

Two other men have pleaded guilty

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Three men have been sentenced this week for the kidnapping and torture of a man over a drug debt.
  
The U.S. Attorney reports 54-year-old Randal Holmes was sentenced Thursday to 15 years in prison without parole. And 43-year-old Michael Borrusch, of Lakewood, Colorado, was sentenced to three years and 10 months without the parole.
  
Forty-year-old Jeremy Bond, of Independence, was sentenced Wednesday to 2½ years without parole.
  
Prosecutors say the victim was assaulted with a hammer and tin clippers while the men tried to make him disclose the location of a duffel bag of money intended for drug trafficking between Kansas City and Colorado.
  
Police rescued the victim at a rural home in Edwards after tracing a call he was forced to make to his father.
  
Two other men have pleaded guilty and are awaiting sentencing.


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