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Restaurateur Kidnapped, Police Suspect Manager


The former manager of a fancy restaurant may have kidnapped his old boss

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The millionaire co-owner of a Michelin-starred restaurant in Nice was kidnapped last week, and police suspect the restaurant's former manager.

Jacqueline Veyrac is the 76-year-old co-owner of the Grand Hotel in Cannes and the Michelin-starred restaurant La Reserve in Nice, and last week she survived a terrifying kidnapping. Now police say a former employee may have been among the kidnappers.

According to The Local, Veyrac was forced into a van in Nice on Monday and kidnapped. She was missing for two days before she was found, alive, in the back of a van with a fake license plate. Oddly, there do not appear to have been any ransom demands.

Nine people have been arrested in connection with the crime, and police said on Friday that a former manager of La Reserve was among the suspects arrested in connection with the kidnapping. His name was only given as Giuseppe S., and police say he is from Italy and was reported to have been angry with Veyrac.


Former employee describes call leading to Bastrop restauranteur’s arrest

BASTROP, La. (KNOE) - Former employees of two Bastrop restaurants are speaking out after the arrest of the owner and another man. The suspects are charged with sexual battery and contributing to the delinquency of minors after a reported incident police say happened on May 24.

Nikolle Dodaj, the owner of two popular restaurants, and the other suspect, Kastriot Gashi, posted bail.

On the corner of South Washington and East Jefferson Streets sits Roma Italian Bistro. The restaurant and its owner, Nikolle Dodaj, are well-known within the community.

Now, the owner and another man are facing charges after two employees placed a frantic call for help last week.

“I got a phone call from the girls screaming talking about what they had done to the girls,” said Victoria Wood, Ex-Manager at Roma Italian Bistro.

She says she rushed to the restaurant and picked up the victims immediately. They were afraid to call the police. Wood says she convinced them to tell what happened and helped them file a police report.

“Basically, they were forcing them to do things they didn’t want to do. That’s why they called me screaming. Victoria, please come get me, please come get me. I can’t do this,” Wood said.

Journey Wyatt is outraged. She is another former employee who has worked at Roma. Wyatt says Dodaj said inappropriate things to her in the past.

“Several times, he would say stuff like, come to daddy and some of the other workers will be like, hey, you don’t need to say that, she’s only 18. Like, you don’t need to say that to her and then he would say it again. I’ll be like, look, please don’t say something like that and that’s why I quit the first time because he would say stuff like that,” she said.

Bastrop Police say they have a video of the incident. That’s what led to the arrest of Dodaj and Gashi. We called Dodaj to get a comment about the allegations. He said his lawyers are handling it and then hung up on us.


Former employee describes call leading to Bastrop restauranteur’s arrest

BASTROP, La. (KNOE) - Former employees of two Bastrop restaurants are speaking out after the arrest of the owner and another man. The suspects are charged with sexual battery and contributing to the delinquency of minors after a reported incident police say happened on May 24.

Nikolle Dodaj, the owner of two popular restaurants, and the other suspect, Kastriot Gashi, posted bail.

On the corner of South Washington and East Jefferson Streets sits Roma Italian Bistro. The restaurant and its owner, Nikolle Dodaj, are well-known within the community.

Now, the owner and another man are facing charges after two employees placed a frantic call for help last week.

“I got a phone call from the girls screaming talking about what they had done to the girls,” said Victoria Wood, Ex-Manager at Roma Italian Bistro.

She says she rushed to the restaurant and picked up the victims immediately. They were afraid to call the police. Wood says she convinced them to tell what happened and helped them file a police report.

“Basically, they were forcing them to do things they didn’t want to do. That’s why they called me screaming. Victoria, please come get me, please come get me. I can’t do this,” Wood said.

Journey Wyatt is outraged. She is another former employee who has worked at Roma. Wyatt says Dodaj said inappropriate things to her in the past.

“Several times, he would say stuff like, come to daddy and some of the other workers will be like, hey, you don’t need to say that, she’s only 18. Like, you don’t need to say that to her and then he would say it again. I’ll be like, look, please don’t say something like that and that’s why I quit the first time because he would say stuff like that,” she said.

Bastrop Police say they have a video of the incident. That’s what led to the arrest of Dodaj and Gashi. We called Dodaj to get a comment about the allegations. He said his lawyers are handling it and then hung up on us.


Former employee describes call leading to Bastrop restauranteur’s arrest

BASTROP, La. (KNOE) - Former employees of two Bastrop restaurants are speaking out after the arrest of the owner and another man. The suspects are charged with sexual battery and contributing to the delinquency of minors after a reported incident police say happened on May 24.

Nikolle Dodaj, the owner of two popular restaurants, and the other suspect, Kastriot Gashi, posted bail.

On the corner of South Washington and East Jefferson Streets sits Roma Italian Bistro. The restaurant and its owner, Nikolle Dodaj, are well-known within the community.

Now, the owner and another man are facing charges after two employees placed a frantic call for help last week.

“I got a phone call from the girls screaming talking about what they had done to the girls,” said Victoria Wood, Ex-Manager at Roma Italian Bistro.

She says she rushed to the restaurant and picked up the victims immediately. They were afraid to call the police. Wood says she convinced them to tell what happened and helped them file a police report.

“Basically, they were forcing them to do things they didn’t want to do. That’s why they called me screaming. Victoria, please come get me, please come get me. I can’t do this,” Wood said.

Journey Wyatt is outraged. She is another former employee who has worked at Roma. Wyatt says Dodaj said inappropriate things to her in the past.

“Several times, he would say stuff like, come to daddy and some of the other workers will be like, hey, you don’t need to say that, she’s only 18. Like, you don’t need to say that to her and then he would say it again. I’ll be like, look, please don’t say something like that and that’s why I quit the first time because he would say stuff like that,” she said.

Bastrop Police say they have a video of the incident. That’s what led to the arrest of Dodaj and Gashi. We called Dodaj to get a comment about the allegations. He said his lawyers are handling it and then hung up on us.


Former employee describes call leading to Bastrop restauranteur’s arrest

BASTROP, La. (KNOE) - Former employees of two Bastrop restaurants are speaking out after the arrest of the owner and another man. The suspects are charged with sexual battery and contributing to the delinquency of minors after a reported incident police say happened on May 24.

Nikolle Dodaj, the owner of two popular restaurants, and the other suspect, Kastriot Gashi, posted bail.

On the corner of South Washington and East Jefferson Streets sits Roma Italian Bistro. The restaurant and its owner, Nikolle Dodaj, are well-known within the community.

Now, the owner and another man are facing charges after two employees placed a frantic call for help last week.

“I got a phone call from the girls screaming talking about what they had done to the girls,” said Victoria Wood, Ex-Manager at Roma Italian Bistro.

She says she rushed to the restaurant and picked up the victims immediately. They were afraid to call the police. Wood says she convinced them to tell what happened and helped them file a police report.

“Basically, they were forcing them to do things they didn’t want to do. That’s why they called me screaming. Victoria, please come get me, please come get me. I can’t do this,” Wood said.

Journey Wyatt is outraged. She is another former employee who has worked at Roma. Wyatt says Dodaj said inappropriate things to her in the past.

“Several times, he would say stuff like, come to daddy and some of the other workers will be like, hey, you don’t need to say that, she’s only 18. Like, you don’t need to say that to her and then he would say it again. I’ll be like, look, please don’t say something like that and that’s why I quit the first time because he would say stuff like that,” she said.

Bastrop Police say they have a video of the incident. That’s what led to the arrest of Dodaj and Gashi. We called Dodaj to get a comment about the allegations. He said his lawyers are handling it and then hung up on us.


Former employee describes call leading to Bastrop restauranteur’s arrest

BASTROP, La. (KNOE) - Former employees of two Bastrop restaurants are speaking out after the arrest of the owner and another man. The suspects are charged with sexual battery and contributing to the delinquency of minors after a reported incident police say happened on May 24.

Nikolle Dodaj, the owner of two popular restaurants, and the other suspect, Kastriot Gashi, posted bail.

On the corner of South Washington and East Jefferson Streets sits Roma Italian Bistro. The restaurant and its owner, Nikolle Dodaj, are well-known within the community.

Now, the owner and another man are facing charges after two employees placed a frantic call for help last week.

“I got a phone call from the girls screaming talking about what they had done to the girls,” said Victoria Wood, Ex-Manager at Roma Italian Bistro.

She says she rushed to the restaurant and picked up the victims immediately. They were afraid to call the police. Wood says she convinced them to tell what happened and helped them file a police report.

“Basically, they were forcing them to do things they didn’t want to do. That’s why they called me screaming. Victoria, please come get me, please come get me. I can’t do this,” Wood said.

Journey Wyatt is outraged. She is another former employee who has worked at Roma. Wyatt says Dodaj said inappropriate things to her in the past.

“Several times, he would say stuff like, come to daddy and some of the other workers will be like, hey, you don’t need to say that, she’s only 18. Like, you don’t need to say that to her and then he would say it again. I’ll be like, look, please don’t say something like that and that’s why I quit the first time because he would say stuff like that,” she said.

Bastrop Police say they have a video of the incident. That’s what led to the arrest of Dodaj and Gashi. We called Dodaj to get a comment about the allegations. He said his lawyers are handling it and then hung up on us.


Former employee describes call leading to Bastrop restauranteur’s arrest

BASTROP, La. (KNOE) - Former employees of two Bastrop restaurants are speaking out after the arrest of the owner and another man. The suspects are charged with sexual battery and contributing to the delinquency of minors after a reported incident police say happened on May 24.

Nikolle Dodaj, the owner of two popular restaurants, and the other suspect, Kastriot Gashi, posted bail.

On the corner of South Washington and East Jefferson Streets sits Roma Italian Bistro. The restaurant and its owner, Nikolle Dodaj, are well-known within the community.

Now, the owner and another man are facing charges after two employees placed a frantic call for help last week.

“I got a phone call from the girls screaming talking about what they had done to the girls,” said Victoria Wood, Ex-Manager at Roma Italian Bistro.

She says she rushed to the restaurant and picked up the victims immediately. They were afraid to call the police. Wood says she convinced them to tell what happened and helped them file a police report.

“Basically, they were forcing them to do things they didn’t want to do. That’s why they called me screaming. Victoria, please come get me, please come get me. I can’t do this,” Wood said.

Journey Wyatt is outraged. She is another former employee who has worked at Roma. Wyatt says Dodaj said inappropriate things to her in the past.

“Several times, he would say stuff like, come to daddy and some of the other workers will be like, hey, you don’t need to say that, she’s only 18. Like, you don’t need to say that to her and then he would say it again. I’ll be like, look, please don’t say something like that and that’s why I quit the first time because he would say stuff like that,” she said.

Bastrop Police say they have a video of the incident. That’s what led to the arrest of Dodaj and Gashi. We called Dodaj to get a comment about the allegations. He said his lawyers are handling it and then hung up on us.


Former employee describes call leading to Bastrop restauranteur’s arrest

BASTROP, La. (KNOE) - Former employees of two Bastrop restaurants are speaking out after the arrest of the owner and another man. The suspects are charged with sexual battery and contributing to the delinquency of minors after a reported incident police say happened on May 24.

Nikolle Dodaj, the owner of two popular restaurants, and the other suspect, Kastriot Gashi, posted bail.

On the corner of South Washington and East Jefferson Streets sits Roma Italian Bistro. The restaurant and its owner, Nikolle Dodaj, are well-known within the community.

Now, the owner and another man are facing charges after two employees placed a frantic call for help last week.

“I got a phone call from the girls screaming talking about what they had done to the girls,” said Victoria Wood, Ex-Manager at Roma Italian Bistro.

She says she rushed to the restaurant and picked up the victims immediately. They were afraid to call the police. Wood says she convinced them to tell what happened and helped them file a police report.

“Basically, they were forcing them to do things they didn’t want to do. That’s why they called me screaming. Victoria, please come get me, please come get me. I can’t do this,” Wood said.

Journey Wyatt is outraged. She is another former employee who has worked at Roma. Wyatt says Dodaj said inappropriate things to her in the past.

“Several times, he would say stuff like, come to daddy and some of the other workers will be like, hey, you don’t need to say that, she’s only 18. Like, you don’t need to say that to her and then he would say it again. I’ll be like, look, please don’t say something like that and that’s why I quit the first time because he would say stuff like that,” she said.

Bastrop Police say they have a video of the incident. That’s what led to the arrest of Dodaj and Gashi. We called Dodaj to get a comment about the allegations. He said his lawyers are handling it and then hung up on us.


Former employee describes call leading to Bastrop restauranteur’s arrest

BASTROP, La. (KNOE) - Former employees of two Bastrop restaurants are speaking out after the arrest of the owner and another man. The suspects are charged with sexual battery and contributing to the delinquency of minors after a reported incident police say happened on May 24.

Nikolle Dodaj, the owner of two popular restaurants, and the other suspect, Kastriot Gashi, posted bail.

On the corner of South Washington and East Jefferson Streets sits Roma Italian Bistro. The restaurant and its owner, Nikolle Dodaj, are well-known within the community.

Now, the owner and another man are facing charges after two employees placed a frantic call for help last week.

“I got a phone call from the girls screaming talking about what they had done to the girls,” said Victoria Wood, Ex-Manager at Roma Italian Bistro.

She says she rushed to the restaurant and picked up the victims immediately. They were afraid to call the police. Wood says she convinced them to tell what happened and helped them file a police report.

“Basically, they were forcing them to do things they didn’t want to do. That’s why they called me screaming. Victoria, please come get me, please come get me. I can’t do this,” Wood said.

Journey Wyatt is outraged. She is another former employee who has worked at Roma. Wyatt says Dodaj said inappropriate things to her in the past.

“Several times, he would say stuff like, come to daddy and some of the other workers will be like, hey, you don’t need to say that, she’s only 18. Like, you don’t need to say that to her and then he would say it again. I’ll be like, look, please don’t say something like that and that’s why I quit the first time because he would say stuff like that,” she said.

Bastrop Police say they have a video of the incident. That’s what led to the arrest of Dodaj and Gashi. We called Dodaj to get a comment about the allegations. He said his lawyers are handling it and then hung up on us.


Former employee describes call leading to Bastrop restauranteur’s arrest

BASTROP, La. (KNOE) - Former employees of two Bastrop restaurants are speaking out after the arrest of the owner and another man. The suspects are charged with sexual battery and contributing to the delinquency of minors after a reported incident police say happened on May 24.

Nikolle Dodaj, the owner of two popular restaurants, and the other suspect, Kastriot Gashi, posted bail.

On the corner of South Washington and East Jefferson Streets sits Roma Italian Bistro. The restaurant and its owner, Nikolle Dodaj, are well-known within the community.

Now, the owner and another man are facing charges after two employees placed a frantic call for help last week.

“I got a phone call from the girls screaming talking about what they had done to the girls,” said Victoria Wood, Ex-Manager at Roma Italian Bistro.

She says she rushed to the restaurant and picked up the victims immediately. They were afraid to call the police. Wood says she convinced them to tell what happened and helped them file a police report.

“Basically, they were forcing them to do things they didn’t want to do. That’s why they called me screaming. Victoria, please come get me, please come get me. I can’t do this,” Wood said.

Journey Wyatt is outraged. She is another former employee who has worked at Roma. Wyatt says Dodaj said inappropriate things to her in the past.

“Several times, he would say stuff like, come to daddy and some of the other workers will be like, hey, you don’t need to say that, she’s only 18. Like, you don’t need to say that to her and then he would say it again. I’ll be like, look, please don’t say something like that and that’s why I quit the first time because he would say stuff like that,” she said.

Bastrop Police say they have a video of the incident. That’s what led to the arrest of Dodaj and Gashi. We called Dodaj to get a comment about the allegations. He said his lawyers are handling it and then hung up on us.


Former employee describes call leading to Bastrop restauranteur’s arrest

BASTROP, La. (KNOE) - Former employees of two Bastrop restaurants are speaking out after the arrest of the owner and another man. The suspects are charged with sexual battery and contributing to the delinquency of minors after a reported incident police say happened on May 24.

Nikolle Dodaj, the owner of two popular restaurants, and the other suspect, Kastriot Gashi, posted bail.

On the corner of South Washington and East Jefferson Streets sits Roma Italian Bistro. The restaurant and its owner, Nikolle Dodaj, are well-known within the community.

Now, the owner and another man are facing charges after two employees placed a frantic call for help last week.

“I got a phone call from the girls screaming talking about what they had done to the girls,” said Victoria Wood, Ex-Manager at Roma Italian Bistro.

She says she rushed to the restaurant and picked up the victims immediately. They were afraid to call the police. Wood says she convinced them to tell what happened and helped them file a police report.

“Basically, they were forcing them to do things they didn’t want to do. That’s why they called me screaming. Victoria, please come get me, please come get me. I can’t do this,” Wood said.

Journey Wyatt is outraged. She is another former employee who has worked at Roma. Wyatt says Dodaj said inappropriate things to her in the past.

“Several times, he would say stuff like, come to daddy and some of the other workers will be like, hey, you don’t need to say that, she’s only 18. Like, you don’t need to say that to her and then he would say it again. I’ll be like, look, please don’t say something like that and that’s why I quit the first time because he would say stuff like that,” she said.

Bastrop Police say they have a video of the incident. That’s what led to the arrest of Dodaj and Gashi. We called Dodaj to get a comment about the allegations. He said his lawyers are handling it and then hung up on us.


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