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Saturday, December 02, 2017

Arwood/Prevost arrest
Two more individuals have been taken into custody in the November 24 kidnapping and assault of a Bybee woman. Lisa N. Ball, told Cocke County Lt. Bob Schaff that she went to a home on Ruble Avenue to visit a friend on November 24. The 25 year-old Ball, Phillips Hollow Road, Bybee, says while at the home she was forced into a vehicle by four individuals, and was driven to Greeneville. At one point during the trip, Brian Arwood, 38, Chucky Pike, Chucky, allegedly beat Ball on the face and jaw, and then put a box cutter to her neck. The victim says the male demanded her money, but she had none, and he then "threatened to kill her children and her family if she reported the incident," Lt. Schaff said. Ball says she was held until Tuesday evening when she was able to ask someone to call 911. Lt. Schaff says he observed bruises on Ball's face and neck. On Friday Newport Captain Amy Gentry said Arwood and Jasmine Prevost, 25, Sixth Street, Newport were arrested on charges of Aggravated Kidnapping and Aggravated Assault. Earlier in the week, James A. King, 41, Greeneville, and Ashley B. McIntyre, 31, Monument Avenue, Greeneville were taken into custody on the same charges.


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