Woman Kidnapped, Trafficked In Oklahoma City

Posted at 5:24 PM, Apr 25, 2017

A man who allegedly kidnapped a woman in Nashville and forced into human trafficking has been arrested.

According to police, 32-year-old Jason Jarvis Hall picked up the victim after she left her shift at a Nashville McDonalds on April 18.

After picking her up, Hall allegedly gave her a sedative, and drove her hundreds of miles away to his home in Oklahoma City, where he listed her as a prostitute online.

Throughout the ordeal, police say Hall forced the woman to have sex with four men... and stood guard with a gun during each meeting.

Hall faces charges for kidnapping, human trafficking, and attempting to elude officers. Police in Oklahoma said it's an uncommon situation.

"This one is certainly unusual that this isn't a juvenile, this isn't a runaway, this is someone who was forced here," said an Oklahoma officer.

Oklahoma City Police said physically, the woman is safe. They did not say when she'd be brought home.