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Kidnapping victim calls 911 from inside vehicle

Raydon Smith (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Raydon Smith (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
Michael Burroughs (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Michael Burroughs (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
Jordan Bryant (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Jordan Bryant (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
GREEN TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -

Hamilton County sheriff's officials say a woman who was robbed and kidnapped inside a vehicle from a Lowe's parking lot was able to call 911 several times and lead authorities to her attackers.

Two men were arrested earlier this week, and a third suspect, a woman,  Jordan Bryant, 25, was arrested Wednesday on a kidnapping charge. She is suspected as the the driver of the vehicle, court records show.

Raydon Smith, 28, and Michael Burroughs, 27, are held in lieu of $100,000 bonds at the Hamilton County jail on robbery and kidnapping charges.

A $50,000 bond was set for Bryant Thursday.

The victim, identified in court records as Sparkle Woods, was able to call 911 several times, sometimes covertly from inside a vehicle.

"I'm at the Lowe's in Western Hills and I'm being robbed in the parking lot," Woods was able to say to the dispatcher before the phone was disconnected.  

The suspects refused to let her out. Smith and Burroughs are accused of punching  her several times and choking her.

At one point, dispatchers heard sounds of a struggle and yelling on the calls.

The suspects yelled at Woods and demanded the phone, records state, as she yelled for help and tried to relay her location to the dispatcher.

In 911 tapes obtained by FOX19 NOW, you can hear who police say is Woods yelling for help while one of the suspects demands for the phone.

On multiple occasions Woods was able to describe the vehicle she was in and say the car was traveling on Ronald Reagan Hwy. before the phone was disconnected. 

She was found with two large bumps on her head, several scratches on her head, chest and arms and marks on her neck consistent with choking.

She also had bruises on her chest and arms.

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