POSEY CO., IN (WFIE) - Formal charges were filed Monday against the suspects who allegedly kidnapped Joelle Lockwood.
Lockwood disappeared on July 9 in Evansville.
Authorities say she was being held captive in a mobile home in Posey County by 37-year-old Ricky House and 44-year-old Kendra Tooley.
Lockwood was rescued Saturday night by a man who found out she was being kept in the home against her will.
Ricky House and Kendra Tooley didn't have anything to say to reporters on Monday, but an affidavit released says enough.
It says House and Tooley forced her to wear a dog collar and leash, and details how Lockwood was tied to a bed with zip ties and bungee cords and then repeatedly raped.
It states that Ricky built a wooden cage that, Lockwood told authorities many times, she was forced to stay locked inside it.
On Sunday, when officers made their way inside the mobile home where Joelle was held, they say they found exactly what Joelle told them they'd find: multiple bungee cords and other restraints, two bottles of chloroform, and clothing that had been cut.
Posey County Sheriff Greg Oeth was one of the first to go inside.
"Never say you've seen it all, because there's something that's going to top something else," said Oeth.
Ricky House is facing 14 charges - four counts of rape, 1 count conspiracy to commit rape, 4 counts criminal confinement, 2 counts kidnapping, 1 count conspiracy to commit criminal confinement, 1 count battery resulting in bodily injury, and 1 count pointing a firearm.
Kendra Tooley is facing 10 charges - 2 counts of rape, 1 count conspiracy to commit rape, 4 counts criminal confinement, 2 counts kidnapping, and 1 count conspiracy to commit criminal confinement.
Bond has been set at $50,000 cash for both. Tooley has $150,000 surety. House has $500,000 surety.
Both have their next court dates on October 1.
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