For the second time in two months we are hearing about people being held against their will in Ohio. This time a woman and child were allegedly held for a period of two years.
According to federal authorities a disabled woman and her daughter were allegedly held in an apartment in Ashland, Ohio, which is about 60 miles south of Cleveland.
They say the two were forced to do manual labor while their captors kept them compliant by threatening them with dogs, and poisonous snakes. Three people have been arrested and charged with forced labor.
Outfront tonight: Steven Dettelbach is the U.S. attorney for the northern district of Ohio.