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Fourth suspect arrested in Scott County kidnapping

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Bryce Western (Source: Scott County SO) Bryce Western (Source: Scott County SO)
Ashley Ivie (Souce: Scott County SO) Ashley Ivie (Souce: Scott County SO)
Andrew Robinett (Source: Scott County SO) Andrew Robinett (Source: Scott County SO)
2 of the suspects lived in this home on Matthews Ave. (Source: Kadee Brosseau). 2 of the suspects lived in this home on Matthews Ave. (Source: Kadee Brosseau).
Cody McRoy (Source: Scott County SO) Cody McRoy (Source: Scott County SO)
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SCOTT COUNTY, MO (KFVS) -

Four people are now accused in an alleged kidnapping in Scott County.

Cody James McRoy, 19, of Sikeston has been arrested by Scott County Deputies on charges of felony felonious restraint, and the felony second degree assault. His bond is set at $1,000.

The other suspects are:

Bryce Western, 18, of Sikeston was charged with kidnapping, felonious restraint, and assault.

Ashley Ivie, 20, and Andrew Robinett, 26, both of Sikeston.

Ivie faces kidnapping, felonious restraint, and assault charges.

Robinett faces the same charges with the addition of an unlawful use of weapons charges.

According to the Scott County Sheriff's Office, Ivie and Robinett lived on Matthew Avenue in Sikeston.

The suspects' next-door neighbor's say they were home Friday afternoon when officers came and searched the home.

Justin King says the fact that the suspects lived so close makes him a little uneasy.

"It's just concerning," said King, a neighbor. "You need to know your neighbors and make sure that they are legit and especially if you have kids, like with our grandson, it definitely does scare me. But, the cops did their job and now they're gone."

The suspects are being held in the Scott County Jail.

Ivie and Western have bonds set at $75,000.

Robinett's bond is set for $1,000 cash only.

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