In this photo taken from video, FBI agents collect evidence at an apartment in Atlanta, April 10, 2014, where federal agents rescued kidnap victim Frank Arthur Janssen, of Wake Forest. N.C. John Strong, FBI special agent in charge in North Carolina, said the kidnapping of Janssen was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon.
In this photo taken from video, FBI agents collect evidence at an apartment in Atlanta, April 10, 2014, where federal agents rescued kidnap victim Frank Arthur Janssen, of Wake Forest. N.C. John Strong, FBI special agent in charge in North Carolina, said the kidnapping of Janssen was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. Johnny Clark AP
In this photo taken from video, FBI agents collect evidence at an apartment in Atlanta, April 10, 2014, where federal agents rescued kidnap victim Frank Arthur Janssen, of Wake Forest. N.C. John Strong, FBI special agent in charge in North Carolina, said the kidnapping of Janssen was related to his daughter's prosecution of North Carolina prisoner Kelvin Melton, who is serving a life sentence for his 2012 conviction for being a habitual felon. Johnny Clark AP

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