A Pleasant Prairie man was arrested and charged with lying to police about an incident on Nov. 19.
On Tuesday around 10 a.m. Pleasant Prairie Police responded to a call about a possible kidnapping.
According to officers 32 year-old Devan Domenosky made up a story about being kidnapped by two men and escaping through their basement window.
Domenosky later admitted that he made up the story so his girlfriend wouldn’t find out about his sidechick he stayed out with.
Domenosky told them he was on his way home from work the previous day when his truck broke down at Highway C and Highway MB in Bristol. Domenosky told Pleasant Prairie Police and Kenosha County Sheriff’s deputies he was working on his broken-down truck when he was approached by two men who offered him a ride. He said he agreed, and got into a vehicle with the two men. “Once Domenosky was in the vehicle, the passenger pulled a black gun and pointed it at Domenosky’s chest. The passenger demanded that Domenosky empty his pockets, but when Domenosky stated that he had nothing to give, the passenger told him they were taking him for a ride,” the complaint states.