The missing case of Trinity Case is on the radia, as Dayla Diane Ferrari and Samuel Wayne Bolling were arrested by police in Hot Springs, for monday’s missing case.
Trinity Case was 17 years old when she went missing, as an Amber Alert was issued for the Arkansas teen, she was last seen around 9:15 p.p. Monday night on the Exchange Street as she was leaving work.
After the case was reported and Investigation started, Authorities stated that an unknown man demanded a ransom of $10,000 and threatened to kill the teen. The case was abducted from the Exchange street as she was leaving work, the Arkansas State Police said.
The Amber Alert for a missing teen was later inactivated. According to Hot Springs Police Officer Omar Cervants, Trinity was found safe and sound Tuesday afternoon, KAIT reported.
The officials stated that her last possible direction to travel was south on Highway 7, south of Hot Springs, in a White 4-door 2014-2017 Honda Accord.
She was on her way home with a friend when an unknown White woman came up to them and asked if she could use her phone as she was lost and that her parents were living in a Condo in Hot Springs.
The woman then asked Case to come closer to her car as she needed the GPS coordinates. While this was going on, Case’s friend went to get her vehicle parked at a nearby parking garage.
When the friend returned, Trinity was missing and wouldn’t receive her phone further. After multiple unsuccessful attempts to contact Case by phone, her mother finally got through to her.
Investigators stated that Case eventually answered and said everything was fine until a male voice demanded $10,000 for Case’s safe return or he would kill the teen.
Two suspects, Dayla Diane Ferrer, and Samuel Wayne Bolling Jr were arrested and charged Tuesday in the kidnapping of a Hot Springs teenager Trinity Case.
Samuel is a thirty-eight-year-old man from Nashville, Tennessee, and Dayla is a nineteen-year-old teen from Memphis, Tennessee. They were arrested without incident shortly before 6 p.m.
According to the press release, Samuel and Dayla was located at 4810 Central Avenue in Hot Springs. Both are charged with kidnapping, first-degree false imprisonment, aggravated robbery, and first-degree battery.
The 17-year-old Trinity was found Tuesday at around 3:22 p.m. at 4737 Central Avenue with minor injuries. She was located alone with minor injuries and was rushed to an area hospital for medical assessment.
Dayla Ferrer, 19, and Samuel Wayne Bolling Jr, 38, are located at 4810 Central Avenue in Hot Springs. Both were taken into custody by the police without incident shortly before 6 p.m.
Hot Springs police arrested Dayla Ferrer, 19, of Memphis and Samuel Wayne Bolling Jr., 38, of Nashville in connection to the kidnapping of the 17-year-old girl. They are charged with felony counts of kidnapping, aggravated robbery, battery, and false imprisonment
kidnapping, aggravated robbery, false imprisonment, and first-degree battery. Dayla and Samuel are held at the Garland County detention Center with zero bonds.
Hot Springs Police found the missing teen on Tuesday afternoon. She was alone with minor injuries in the 4700 block of Central Avenue in Hot Springs.