Tennessee man, woman arrested on kidnapping charges

HOT SPRING, Ark. — A Tennessee man and women have been placed under arrest and charged with multiple offenses following the safe recovery of a 17-year-old girl who was reported missing on April 19.

Hot Spring Police say they have arrested 38-year-old Samuel Wayne Bolling of Nashville, Tenn., and 19-year-old Dayla Diane Ferrer of Memphis, Tenn. and charged them with Kidnapping, Aggravated Robbery, Battery in the First Degree, and False Imprisonment in the First Degree.

According to police, 17-year-old Trynytee Case was located at 4737 Central Avenue in Hot Springs at around 3:22 p.m. without any injuries, although she was still transported to a local hospital for a medical assessment.

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During the investigation, police say, they developed Bolling and Ferrer as suspects. At around 5:52 p.m., both were located at 4810 Central Avenue and taken into custody without further incident.

Bolling and Ferrer are currently being held at the Garland County Detention Center with zero bond.

The Hot Springs Police Department says that the Arkansas State Police and the Little Rock office of the FBI assisted and supported their operations.