OLATHE, Kan. -- (WDAF) -- Two men accused of the kidnapping and rape of a Johnson County sheriff's deputy faced a judge on Wednesday, and investigators contend that the deputy isn't the only victim.
William Luth and Brady Newman-Caddell are behind bars as investigators build a case against them involving the deputy's rape and other potential crimes.
Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe says his office is confident these are not the only crimes involving Luth and Newman-Caddell.
Police say the men abducted the female deputy late Friday night outside of the Johnson County Detention Center in downtown Olathe as she was going to work. They're accused of forcing her into a blue Mazda 3 owned by Luth's wife and driving around, raping her multiple times before letting her go in Missouri.