Police identified Bolling and Ferrer as the primary suspects, and at approximately 5:52, officers located them at 4810 Central Ave. They were arrested on charges of kidnapping, aggravated robbery, first-degree battery, and first-degree false imprisonment.
Court documents from the attorney’s office reveal that on April 18, 2022, Ferrer approached the victim in downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas, and asked for her help. The girl reportedly got into Ferrer’s car, but then Bolling suddenly attacked and held her down.
The attorney’s office said Bolling and Ferrer contacted the girl’s family and demanded $10,000 to let her go safely.
WHBQ-TV reports that a co-worker tried to call Case, but no one answered, so she notified her mother, who also tried calling. After numerous tries, someone allegedly answered Case’s mother’s call and said, "Everything is fine." A man reportedly answered the phone and threatened to cut the girl up if they didn’t offer up the money.
Bolling and Ferrer kept the girl overnight before releasing her the next day.