McCrackin was then forced to write a check to Neal for $10,000 in ransom, according to the indictment. Both victims had black hoods placed over their heads while they were transported to a new location.
But the LAPD said the woman was one of three suspects wanted for the violent kidnapping plot, said Officer Mike Lopez, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department.
"Wow, really? We got. five guns pointed at this woman, at this unarmed black woman", the person says, as the woman continues to back up. Neal claimed the vehicle was given to her by McCrackin, the document states.
The trio collectively face 17 federal charges, including kidnapping, assault with a firearm, grand theft, mayhem, conspiracy and possession for sale of a controlled substance, police said.More news: Do the Rockets still have a chance for LeBron James?
Actress Daisy McCrackin (pictured above, left) and actor Joseph Capone (not pictured) are recovering after being the subjects of a horrifying - and almost deadly - kidnapping and extortion plot that lasted more than 30 hours in late May.
The three allegedly went to the actresses home where they found McCrackin and Capone, whom they attacked. The indictment also says that Capone was beaten and kicked after he tried to protect McCrackin against the suspects. The ordeal's endgame was apparently a $10,000 ransom that the captors demanded Daisy McCracken withdraw from her bank the next day, as well as her 2011 Lexus, which was stolen in the process. Afterwards, the actress was dropped off at home, where she contacted the police.
'Although we are limited in what info we can release, we can confirm this individual was arrested on a felony kidnapping warrant and taken into custody without a use-of-force, ' the statement read.
Daisy McCrackin, who appeared in 2002's Halloween: Resurrection, and Joseph Capone were held for roughly two days by the kidnappers.
Jones and Neal are behind bars, each in lieu of a $1 million bond. If convicted, they each face sentences of up to life in prison.