http://www.daytondailynews.com/news...-six-years-1076259.html?cxntlid=cmg_cntnt_rss Two Dayton residents have been accused of keeping a elementary-school aged girl locked in an apartment for six years, letting her out only to go to school.Brian G. Hart, 50, and his wife Rivae L. Hart, 49, have been in the Montgomery County Jail since Jan. 27. They were indicted Feb. 4 on charges of kidnapping a first degree felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison and third-degree felony child endangering, punishable by up to five years in prison. The girl told a school nurse about her captivity, and the nurse contacted children services, Tolpin said. Stevens said children services opened a case on Jan. 18. She said the girl was singled out for the treatment. Tolpin said the girl was locked in a bathroom, barricaded behind two dressers, from the time she came up from school until the time she left again the next morning. Meals were inconsistent at best and basically the living conditions were deplorable, Tolpin said. The girl slept on a fold-up cot with a blanket but no pillow, Tolpin said. The Harts told police that they started locking up the girl when she started exhibiting behavioral problems at age 3, Tolpin said. However, a psychologist examined the girl back then and said her actions were normal for a 3-year-old, though the Harts disagreed, Tolpin said. I just cannot understand people like this or their logic and reasoning. I am glad that the school nurse listened to this little girl and reported the abuse to Child Services. Too bad that it did not happen 3 years earlier the first time she told an adult at school.