An Arkansas man wanted in connection with the kidnapping of a Quincy woman in July was arrested Tuesday night in Kentucky.

Quincy Police got word from authorities in Marshall County, Kentucky about 5:45 p.m. Tuesday that they had spotted a car stolen from Quincy in July.

The driver of the vehicle, 40 year old Mario Mason, led authorities on a chase that ended when he left his vehicle and fled into a wooded area, where he was taken into custody about 10:30 p.m.

Among the agencies assisting in the search for and the apprehension of Mason were the Marshall County Sheriff, Fire Rescue Squad, Constable and EMS, along with Benton Police, Calloway County Fire, Ledbetter Fire and Kentucky State Police.

The search also included the use of drones, canines, ATV's and UTV's.

Mason faces charges of kidnapping and aggravated domestic battery in Adams County. He is alleged to have taken 38 year old Tabitha Campbell from the Welcome Inn on July 20th. Campbell was found unharmed the next day in Marked Tree, Arkansas.

Along with the Adams County charges, Mason also faces charges in Kentucky and Arkansas.

He is being held on $300,000 bond. Mason awaits extradition back to Adams County.

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