Police: Victim dragged by vehicle during online sale meeting in Hendersonville

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Bobby Idom Robert Bullock

Bobby Idom and Robert Bullock (Source: Hendersonville Police Department)

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Hendersonville police have arrested three suspects after someone was dragged by a car while trying to sell a phone using the LetGo app.

According to investigators, officers responded to the area of Saundersville Station in Hendersonville Saturday where a resident was injured after being dragged down the road by a car.

Police said the victim was communicating on LetGo and arranged to meet someone to sell a phone. Investigators learned when the buyer came to the house in a white four-door sedan with two other people, they took the phone and drove off with the victim attached to the vehicle.

On Monday, investigators arrested 18-year-old Bobby Idom, 21-year-old Robert Bullock, and a 17-year-old juvenile and recovered the stolen phone.

The victim was taken to the hospital for treatment.

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