Joshua Paul Crowe and Dustin Blake Elliott, the two 19-year-old men involved with the disappearance of two local underage girls last week, were denied bond at a preliminary hearing last week despite a reduction in the charges against them.***************©The Herald Gazette/barnesville.com: This information may not be reprinted, broadcast or distributed electronically in any form or fashion without express consent. For reprint permission, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.***************Crowe and Elliott left the area with 14-year-old Kirsten Kamradt of Barnesville and Amber Henry, 16, of High Falls. Charges of kidnaping originally lodged against Crowe and Elliott have been reduced to interstate and intrastate interference with custody. ‘Our investigation revealed the girls willingly went with them,” noted Major Brad White of the Lamar County sheriff’s office.The four were located Feb. 2. Henry exited the vehicle the foursome was in in Pine Bluff, Tenn.. The other three were stopped by officers a short time later in Hamblen County, Tenn.Crowe drew an additional charge last week when he kicked the window out of a close observation cell at the Lamar jail after he and Elliott were extradited. His enumerated additional charges now include interference with government property, aggravated stalking, reckless conduct and theft by taking.Elliott faces additional charges of theft by taking and reckless conduct.Prior to the girls’ disappearance, Crowe was out on bond on multiple charges including two counts aggravated child molestation, child molestation, statutory rape, criminal trespass, hit and run and leaving the scene of an accident, among others.