Hoke County Sheriff Hubert A. Peterkin said Wednesday that his office received a call on June 5 from a man living in New York who told them that his friend in Raeford had been the victim of a break-in.
When authorities arrived to the victim's home in the 5700 block of Phillipi Church Road, they determined that it was a home invasion.
The victim told authorities that she was at home when four suspects forced their way inside and held her at gunpoint, while they rummaged through her home demanding specific items.
She said the suspects then made her go into another room where they tied her up and buried her under furniture before they fled.
Once the suspects left, the woman told authorities that she was able to free herself, but quickly discovered the suspects had taken her phones and truck, so she used her computer to contact her friend for help.
On Monday, authorities were able to track down the suspects in the Fayetteville area.
Jabesh Clarence Corvin Reid, 20, was arrested at his Paddlefish Drive home, while Jamilla Idalia Mancillas, 18, and Darian Dion Hogan, 19, were arrested at the home they shared on Polo Drive.
A fourth suspect, 22-year-old Jesse James Horton, was later apprehended at his parent's home near Hope Mills.
All four are charged with; first-degree kidnapping, armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, breaking or entering, conspiracy to commit breaking or entering, larceny after breaking or entering, larceny, aid and abet larceny, and possession of stolen goods.
They are currently being held at the Hoke County Detention Center.