The couple alleged kidnappers of girls of the Arrow was indicted Sunday for "kidnapping" of minors, "administration of harmful substances" and "possession of child pornography images," and placed in custody, said the prosecutor of Le Mans, Joëlle Rieutort.
There is "not at all is a link between child pornography images and two little girls of La Flèche," said the magistrate during a press conference.
She also added that the absorption by the girls, two sisters aged 10 and 12 of these substances - "antidepressants and tranquilizers" - "had no lasting effect" on them.
The couple, arrested Friday morning in the Paris region, disputed the facts in custody, explaining that "it was all due to links that girls had established" with the small Maelys, the couple's daughter, according to the prosecutor.
The couple, a young 24 year old woman from La Flèche and her partner Eddie, who lives in Gennevilliers, was placed in custody, the source said.
On Saturday, September 17, around 9:00 p.m., Charline and Julie had gone for a walk with a couple of 25-30 years, with a little girl, who recently attended the playground in their neighborhood north of La Fleche. Not seeing them return, the mother of two girls were alerted on Sunday at 1:00.
The plan "Alert kidnapping" was triggered at 16:00. A few hours later the two sisters were found a few miles of the Arrow by a motorist awareness by warning messages.