Missouri neighbors played a role in the woman’s horrific escape from the dungeon.

Excelsior Springs, Missouri — Neighbors who opened their doors last week after hearing bitter cries for help found a horrific story of an escape with a woman wearing a metal ring and lock around her neck. Lisa Johnson, 41, a 41-year-old who has lived her whole life in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, said she had been desperate for a rescue for weeks in the basement of a nearby home and that she was getting ready to go to work around 7:00. At 35:00 on a Friday, she heard a faint “Help” outside the front door she opened. Johnson said she spoke with her young woman, who said she was being detained against her own will. “She looked right at me and said, ‘Help me,'” Johnson said at her home on Wednesday. She added that she begged her not to do that when she told Johnson she told the woman she would call the police. Police, he’s going to kill both of us,” said the woman, Johnson. “I understood where she came from at that point. But anyway, I did it,” Johnson said. “I noticed she was already right here” – pointing to the area between her yard and a neighbor’s house. Timothy Haslett Jr., 39, was arrested on Friday. He was charged with rape, aggravated sex offenses, kidnapping in the first degree, and kidnapping in the first degree, and he was indicted on Tuesday and pleaded not guilty, according to a complaint filed with the Clay County Circuit Court Neighbors Excelsior Springs, Mo.Sarah Plake/KSHB did not give official details about the house that raised the alarm. A possible connection between the woman and Haslett. Johnson and another neighbor said the woman told both of them about friends who had not survived. They had no further details. Officials did not confirm that others were detained,” said Sarah Boyd, public relations manager at the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, “it’s definitely being investigated.” So we’ll take her seriously.” ‘Call for Help’ Ciara Tharp, 38, Haslet’s neighbor, said her grandmother met the woman after they escaped. said her grandmother heard “a woman calling for help” while caring for Tharp’s young son on Friday around 7:45 a.m. A lot,” Tharp said. “My grandmother said she had a metal dog collar around her neck.” “The girl said to her, ‘You have to help me.'” Tharp said. “She said, ‘I was raped. He captured me. You have to help me. He will kill me in the end.'” Tharp. Tharp said her grandmother brought a ‘very weak and hungry’ woman inside her and wrapped her in a blanket on her sofa. The police have come. Tharp said the woman told her grandmother, “My friends didn’t succeed. He killed my friends. They didn’t succeed. But she didn’t talk more about it.” Tharp said her grandmother and police had been arrested since September and escaped when Haslett left the house to take her son somewhere. She just ran,” said Tharp. Tharp has little interaction with Haslett, but his “house always seems dead.” It looks like a house where no one lives.” Police found a woman on Friday wearing a metal ring with locks and latex lingerie, with duct tape wrapped around her mouth, Excelsior Springs police said in a probable cause statement filed Friday. Silver Hathlet picked her up in early September, locked her in a small cellar in a basement, and handcuffed her wrists and ankles, police said, Boyd said Wednesday that he was investigating the woman’s allegations that there may be other victims who did not survive. . Authorities executed a three-day search warrant at Haslett’s home, which has to do with other crimes,” Boyd said. During the search, law enforcement officials did not find bodies or deceased individuals. b “I’m seeing the possibility” that there may be other victims, she said. Boyd said that in addition to the Excelsior Springs Police Department and the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, the Kansas City Police Department’s Crime Scene Investigation Department and the FBI are also helping with the investigation, she said. “There are a lot of people who take that possibility very seriously,” Boyd said. A city of about 10,500 people, Excelsior Springs is located about 30 miles northeast of Kansas City, Missouri. Haslett is tied to a $500,000 bond, Boyd said. , remains in Clay County Jail. She said the court was in the process of appointing Haslett’s public defender. Minyvonne Burke reported from Excelsior Springs, Missouri, and Daniella Silva from New York.
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