BUTLER COUNTY, OH (FOX19) - Four Middletown people were indicted Wednesday for allegedly breaking into a 65-year-old man's home, tying him up with the cord of his oxygen tank and taking several of his possessions.
Maggie Mae Robinson, Stephanie Inabnitt, David Albertson and Kimberly Moland are accused of breaking into David Caldwell's home on Jan. 14.
Caldwell said he hadn't seen Moland in about six or seven months, when she suddenly showed up at his door with three of her friends.
"They always say you be at the wrong place at the wrong time. I was at the right place, but at the wrong time getting up and answering the door," Caldwell told FOX19 NOW.
He answered the door at his Middletown apartment without seeing who it was first.
"So I opened the door just a crack," Caldwell said.
That's all it took for the suspects to come barging in and begin his worst nightmare.
"They pulled me over to the bed. tied me up with this nose piece," said Caldwell.
That nose piece is connected to his oxygen tank. The suspects allegedly used the extra slack to keep him prisoner.
"I'm struggling to breathe, she is beating me over the head with a gun," said Caldwell.
Caldwell told FOX19 NOW Moland had a gun to his head while the others allegedly stole his TV, phone, pain medication, a wallet with $100 bucks in it and his a six pack of Pepsi.
According to Caldwell, he feels the attack was about getting his pain medication and money for other drugs.
Butler County Prosecutor Mike Gmoser called the incident a "callous attack on a man."
The quintet all face multiple felony charges including, two counts of kidnapping, aggravated burglary and robbery.