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Greenville Co. Deputies Charge Three People With Kidnapping

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Jose Trinadad Moreno Jose Trinadad Moreno
Salvador Reynoso-Aguilar Salvador Reynoso-Aguilar
Cheyanne Joan Hayley Garrison Cheyanne Joan Hayley Garrison
Two men and a woman face kidnapping charges after Greenville County deputies say they dragged a woman into a home and tied her to a chair.
Greenville County Sheriff's Office deputies say an anonymous 911 call sent them to a home on McDuffie Court around 1:00 a.m. Friday.

The 911 caller said a loud argument and gun shots were heard from the house. Deputies say a man with a gun ran from the house when they arrived, but they tracked him down using dogs.

Two other suspects were arrested.

The victim told GCSO investigators she went to the home for a party, but was forced into the home when she arrived and was duct-taped to a chair. We're told she was then physically assaulted.

Jose Trinadad Moreno, 31, is charged with kidnapping, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, criminal domestic violence.

Salvador Reynoso-Aguilar, 21, is charged with kidnapping while Cheyanne Joan Hayley Garrison, 22, is charged with kidnapping, possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

All three suspects are being held in the Greenville County Detention Center Friday where they are awaiting a bond hearing.  


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