SISSONVILLE, W.Va. (WOWK) — A man and a woman were arrested Monday afternoon after two juveniles were found in a locked barn with no running water, working bathroom or way to leave.

According to the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office, they were called to the 200 block of Cheyenne Lane in Sissonville just after 5:45 p.m. Monday afternoon. They were called there to check on the juveniles after a caller saw a man open the shed, say something to the juveniles and then lock the barn behind him.

They said they had to force their way into a barn where two juveniles were found locked inside a 20-by-14-foot room. There was no running water, working bathroom or way to exit as well as a lack of hygienic care and food. The criminal complaint for the suspects said the two juveniles in the barn were not allowed in the house and were allegedly forced to do farm work.

The Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office said another child was locked inside the home and was found in an unprotected loft that is around 15 feet high.

While no parents or caretakers were at the scene, deputies said their adoptive parents—Donald Lantz, 63, and Jeanne Whitefeather, 61, of Sissonville—were arrested after they arrived at the scene. They are being charged with gross child neglect creating a substantial risk of injury.