NAPOLEONVILLE, LA (WAFB) - A woman hanging up on a 911 call led to the arrest of a Napoleonville man, according to the Assumption Parish Sheriff's Office.
Adonis Jarvis, 25, is facing kidnapping, domestic abuse and drug charges.
Assumption Parish deputies said that a woman called 911 on Wednesday, August 10, claiming she had received texts from her daughter saying that she had been kidnapped at gun point.
According to deputies, the daughter identified Jarvis as the man responsible. Investigators said the victim and Jarvis had been in a previous relationship.
She told deputies that he had chocked and beat her before she was kidnapping, held at gun point while he drove back to his home.
Deputies said when Jarvis arrived home, he ran and barricaded himself inside after noticing law enforcement in the area.
After a standoff at his house, negotiators were able to get Jarvis to surrender without incident. Investigators later found ecstasy and a bag of marijuana while executing a search warrant.
Jarvis was booked into Assumption Parish Jail on charges of aggravated kidnapping, domestic abuse battery by strangulation, possession of MDMA, possession of marijuana, possession of a firearm in the presence of controlled dangerous substances, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. No bond has been set yet.