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Two arrested in missing Evansville mother, Joelle Lockwood, investigation

Officials tell us that two are arrests were made Saturday night in the investigation of missing woman Joelle Lockwood.

Evansville police tell us that the arrests were made at a residence in Posey County where they believe Lockwood had been held since early July.

We're told that a man who visited the suspects got Lockwood out of captivity and brought her to Evansville. Lockwood was then interviewed by EPD detectives.

EPD says that any criminal charges will be handled by Posey County authorities.

Members of the Posey County Sheriff's Office, EPD Detectives, and the EPD SWAT Team served a warrant to the suspects at the Posey County residence and took them into custody.

The names of the suspects, all criminal charges, details of Lockwood's confinement and rescue, and the location of the arrests will be released by the Posey County Prosecutor's Office.

After being missing since July 9, Lockwood was reunited with her family Saturday evening.

Only 14 News was on the scene early Sunday morning.  Tune in to 14 News at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday for exclusive video of the arrests.

14 News is continuing to follow these breaking developments, and we will have the latest on air, online at and on mobile with the 14 News mobile app.

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