BREAKING: Indiana Man Arrested in Loxley for Kidnapping

BREAKING: Indiana Man Arrested in Loxley for Kidnapping

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LOXLEY, Alabama -

Loxley Police and the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office have arrested a fugitive from Indiana who kidnapped a woman and her child.

Police say the woman and child have been missing since September 2012.

They got a tip Wednesday night that the suspect was staying at a hotel in Loxley. He was arrested last night at the hotel.

The suspect is 38-year-old Aaron Massey from Nobileville, Indiana, which  is northeast of Indianapolis. Massey is charged as a fugitive from justice in Baldwin County.

Pending charges from Indiana include rape, kidnapping, and unlawful imprisonment.

Police say both the mother and child are okay.

In 2006, WTHR in Indiana reported that Massey was involved in a standoff with police. Massey was being sought for rape and assault. Police received a 911 call from the victim. Soon after, police and SWAT teams surrounded the house to try and negotiate with Massey. After 10 hours, the standoff ended, and police arrested Massey and took him to the hospital.

Massey is also on the Hamilton County "Most Wanted List."

Reports say he is a dangerous man, who has caused a lot of trouble before.

News 5 has a crew in Baldwin County and will have more updates as they become available.

 

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