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Another arrest in robbery and kidnapping investigation

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TUSCALOOA COUNTY - AL -  Tuscaloosa police have made another arrest in a kidnapping and robbery investigation.

A third suspect, James Archibald, was arrested Tuesday. Investigators believe he is connected to a kidnapping and robbery on May 5th. Officers and deputies were called to the 4400 block of NE 17th Street on a possible robbery. A 23-year-old man told investigators he had gone to meet a friend at an apartment complex on NE Kicker Road. The victim says when he went inside, he was jumped by 3 or 4 suspects. The suspects beat him and took his wallet and phone. The suspects then made him get in his car and drive to ATMs to withdraw money. The suspects then kicked the victim out at NE 17th Street and stole his car.

Investigators have charged 19-year-old Dremayne Lee and Jaquarious Washington with robbery and kidnapping.
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