RIVERDALE, Ga. — Two more people have been arrested after police say a group of people attacked a woman while being filmed on Instagram Live last month.
Police said they were called to Heather Circle in Riverdale on October 31 to respond to multiple reports of a group of people beating a woman and livestreaming it.
Inside, they found a woman behind a locked door with multiple non-life-threatening injuries.
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While police were arresting four other people, Daniellie Moose, 28, and Javen Hill, 19, reportedly ran from the house.
Moose was found and arrested on Tuesday, but Hill is still on the run.
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A seventh suspect, Jasmine Heard, was also arrested on Tuesday.
Investigators learned that Heard helped Moose escape the police. She is being charged with harboring a fugitive, aggravated assault, aggravated battery, false imprisonment, tampering with evidence and terroristic threats.
Tynisha Blyther, 28, Courtney Fisher, 37, K’ayla Smith, 21, and Quantavious Grover, 19, were arrested immediately after the incident on October 31. They are each being charged with aggravated assault, aggravated battery, false imprisonment, terroristic threats and acts and tampering with evidence.
Moose and Heard’s arrests brings the total arrests made in this case to six, as police continue searching for Hill.
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