Drzewucki Arrested: Drugs, Battery, Kidnapping, Tampering

Back in May we mentioned Alexander Drzewucki (46) in one of our arrest stories. He’d been picked up on a warrant from Broward County.
Well, Friday he was arrested on various charges in Palm Beach County. It’s quite a list:

Drug Equipment
Drug Possession
Domestic Battery by Strangulation
Kidnapping or False Imprisonment
Tampering in a Felony Proceeding
Probation Violation

His reported address is in Sandalfoot Cove (east of 441). Court records show a substantial history for Mr. Drzewucki including multiple felony cases in Palm Beach County and a couple in Broward, one of which is still pending.
Sheriff’s records show he remains in custody at this writing.

False Imprisonment in West Boca?

A Tampa man is accused of “kidnapping” his ex-girlfriend by breaking into her West Boca apartment and keeping her trapped there for a few days.
Liam Heinz (age 31) faces four counts including kidnapping or false imprisonment of an adult, tampering in a misdemeanor proceeding, battery, and criminal mischief damaging property.
Heinz was arrested on Thursday and remains in custody. Court records indicate the incident occurred in late May, and he was arrested on a capias warrant. A motion was made to release him without bond and that will be heard in a few days. Heinz retained a defense attorney from Coral Gables.
Court records from Hillsborough County (Tampa) show a few cases for Mr. Heinz including some petit theft charges and one felony case involving grand theft and possession of drug paraphernalia. He also has a pending drug felony in Broward County that was filed in late May.
Of course, all defendants are innocent until proven guilty.
The Sun-Sentinel has additional details but we cannot verify their version at this time.