Three suspects are now jailed on complaints including kidnapping and extortion after Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Deputies investigated a weekend incident at a home that's well known to area law enforcement officers.

Three suspects are now jailed on complaints including kidnapping and extortion after Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Deputies investigated a weekend incident at a home that's well known to area law enforcement officers.

Undersheriff Travis Palmer said that case involves reports of a woman being held against her will at 15 Angie Lane, a home in the Bethel Acres area that was the scene of a homicide and a standoff last year.

Sunday's case involved an alleged kidnapping, extortion and even torture to that woman and a male friend, Palmer said, and reportedly stemmed from allegations of money being owed.

Arrested in the case were Jacqueline Quinter, 42, Ryan Spencer-Soderholm, 29, and Andrew C. Williams, 29.

Formal charges have not been filed.

Jail records at the Pottawatomie County Public Center Center show all three are jailed on complaints of extortion, kidnapping, sexual battery, conspiracy and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Quinter and Spencer-Soderholm also are being held on child endangerment complaints and Quinter also is being held on a complaint of possession of controlled substance.

All investigative reports from the case are being compiled and will be turned over to the district attorney's office.

Pottawatomie County sheriff's deputies are familiar with the home on Angie Lane.

Back in September, a woman's assault at the same address led to a standoff at the home, where a man also had been killed a few days earlier.

The standoff ended in the arrest of the home's occupant, John J. Quinter Jr., 45. He is jailed awaiting trial on a first-degree murder charge in the 2015 shooting death of Robert Dale Almon, 35.