New information being released from the Hot Springs, Ark. Police Department shows a young Atoka woman was one of two people charged with kidnapping a teenager earlier this week.
Yesterday, Amber Alerts were issued for Trynytee Case, a 17-year-old who went missing Monday night following her shift at the Pour Some Sugar on Me Sweet Shoppe on Central Avenue. Trynytee and a co-worker were walking to their vehicles when Trynytee was approached by a woman near a parked car.
That woman is suspected to be Dayla Diane Ferrer, a 19-year-old who reported she lived on Joyce Avenue in Atoka. She graduated from a local high school last May.
According to the report from Trynytee’s co-worker, the woman told them she needed to borrow a phone because hers was dead and her parents were staying at a nearby condo. The woman then reportedly changed her mind and said she needed to use the GPS coordinates, having Trynytee move closer to her vehicle.
When Trynytee’s co-worker returned, Trynytee was nowhere to be found. She didn’t answer the phone when her co-worker called her, so the co-worker told her parents about the incident. When Trynytee’s mother called, Trynytee answered the phone and told her mother everything was okay. A man then told Trynytee’s mother they would harm Trynytee if the family did not give them $10,000.
The man is believed to be 38-year-old Samuel Wayne Bolling Jr. of Nashville.
Trynytee was found safe on Tuesday. She experienced minor injuries and was taken to the hospital for treatment.
Both Boling and Ferrer were charged with felony counts of kidnapping, aggravated robbery, first-degree false imprisonment and first-degree battery. They are currently being held at the Garland County jail without bond.