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more Neighbors Jose Ibarra, Manuel Ibarra, Gabriel Vargas, Guillermo Vargas, Cindy Torres and Daniel Vargas (left to right) hang out around the apartment where police say a man imprisoned and assaulted a woman for a year in Richmond, California, on Wednesday, July 22, 2015.less Neighbors Jose Ibarra, Manuel Ibarra, Gabriel Vargas, Guillermo Vargas, Cindy Torres and Daniel Vargas (left to right) hang out around the apartment where police say a man imprisoned and assaulted a woman for a ...less Cindy Torres sits on the steps next to the apartment where police say a man imprisoned and assaulted a woman for a year in Richmond, California, on Wednesday, July 22, 2015. Constantino-Sanchez was booked into Contra Costa County Jail in Martinez on suspicion of kidnapping, rape, corporal injury, false imprisonment and conspiracy, authorities said.Police did not release the name of the other suspect or say whether he was being held.less Richmond Police officer Terry Thomas, wearing a video camera takes down information while on a call, as seen on May 9, 2015 in Richmond, Calif.Richmond Police officers have been wearing the small cameras since ...more Cindy Torres sits on the steps next to the apartment where police say a man imprisoned and assaulted a woman for a year in Richmond, California, on Wednesday, July 22, 2015. with promises of work and a better life was imprisoned in a closet in Richmond and sexually assaulted and physically abused on a daily basis for a year, police say.Torres and other neighbors (not pictured) knew the man and said they don't believe the alleged kidnapping took place. Richmond police arrested 35-year-old Eulogio Constantino-Sanchez and a male relative Tuesday at a home in the city’s Iron Triangle neighborhood, a blue-collar area between downtown and Interstate 580.

Betty Ann Boeving, executive director of the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition, said immigrants seeking a better life are often targeted by people who end up taking advantage of their labor or worse.

“Oftentimes, victims like this will put all their weight and energy into just getting there,” Boeving said. “These are the questions that get lost in the excitement of coming to the land of opportunity.” The woman’s situation initially came to the attention of STAND, an antidomestic violence advocacy group, and the federal Department of Homeland Security, police said.