June 19th, 2013
08:46 PM ET

Fourth suspect turns herself in Ohio slavery case

Were they held captive or living freely in the Ohio slavery case?

Authorities say a fourth person has turned herself in and will be charged with forced labor. 

This latest news comes after suspects Jordie Callahan, Jessica Hunt and Daniel Brown were arrested for forcing the mother and daughter to live in inhuman conditions, eat dog food, and perform manual labor while threatening them with poisonous snakes and pit bulls.

Suspect in Ohio forced labor case turns herself in

Callahan and Hunt, who are engaged, deny the allegations and say the two were living with them on their own accord.

Outfront tonight: Andy Hyde is the attorney who represented Jordie Callahan in state court.

Filed under: Crime • News • Ohio Slavery Case
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