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Trynytee Case: Arkansas teen discovered safe after kidnappers demanded money, threatened to ‘cut up’ victim



Trynytee Case, Police thought a 17-year-old girl was kidnapped and held for ransom Monday night. The Case has an Amber Alert.

According to police, Case left work at Pour Some Sugar on Me Bakery in Hot Springs, Arkansas, at about 9:15 p.m. on April 18.

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Trynytee Case: Arkansas teen discovered safe

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Dayla Ferrer, 19, of Atoka, Tennessee, and Samuel Bolling Jr., 38, both of Hot Springs, Arkansas, arrested in connection with the kidnapping of Case, according to the Hot Springs police.

As she was leaving work on Monday night around 9:15 p.m., Case vanished from the Exchange Street parking structure in Hot Springs, according to previous reports from the police.

Authorities said Case was leaving work with a companion when a White woman asked to use his phone.

Trynytee Case was alone Tuesday. Police are interrogating her and looking for a Nissan Versa with Tennessee licence plate 59B-D82.


A lost woman asked Case for his phone.

The woman said she needed Case’s GPS coordinates to find her folks in Hot Springs. Apparently, she asked Case to approach her car.

The Hot Springs Police Department inactivated the Amber Alert for Trynytee Case just after 3 p.m.

His coworker returned from the garage without Case.


Case’s mother called several times before she replied, “Everything’s good.” A man threatened to kill and “rip apart” her mother’s daughter for $10,000.

Bolling and Ferrer face kidnapping, aggravated robbery, violence, and false imprisonment charges.

Garland County held both without bond.

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