Once at the scene, deputies found the woman with minor injuries, officials said.
A stand off occurred at the residence, with deputies circling the home and demanding its occupants come out. After about five hours, officials said everyone inside was taken into custody, WFTV reported.
Investigators said four people were taken into custody: 37-year-old Monica Latresis Reed, 19-year-old Damon Andrew Tromp, 21-year-old Kevin Rudolph Holmes, and 39-year-old Cortez Marenso Bernard Jackson.
According to court documents, the suspects allegedly all worked together to tie the victim’s hands and force her into a car while they were threatening her with a gun.
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The suspects then forced the woman into a dog cage in a shed in the backyard to get information about a stolen item, according to the arrest affidavit.
When talking with police, the victim said Reed also pistol-whipped her, WFTV reported.
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According to WFTV, Reed was previously arrested eight times with accusations ranging from burglary, criminal mischief, battery, witness tampering, stalking, to hitting a pregnant woman. Jackson also has more than a dozen arrests including drug charges, robbery, domestic violence and attempted first-degree murder.
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