CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) - A kidnapping investigation in Centerville now involves a second suspect.
Centerville police arrested Callie Yip, 28, on charges of complicity to extortion.
They say she helped draft a contract between Bryon Mansley, II, 28, and a friend.
The friend would do yard work, but if it wasn't done right, officers say Mansley beat him.
While there is no evidence Yip was involved in the beatings, investigators say she did play a role.
"She would also participate in tracking points, punishment and different things, kind of keeping the books for this whole contract they had," said John Davis, Centerville Police Department.
No word yet on when Yip will be in court.
Mansley's arraignment is set for Thursday morning.
"They came in the front window, went through gifts, unwrapped all the gifts they could find to see what they could take, snatched the TV off the wall, snatched the computer."
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Police said they were last seen about 12 hours ago, but officers are concerned because both have Alzheimer's.
"The suspects kicked the children out of the car, left them in the cold and took off," said Sgt. Mark Ponichtera.
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