The charging documents against Jesse Speer outline the whole story on what the alleged victim said happened to her, but prosecutor's said it's how police found Speer when they arrested him that the evidence lines up.
Documents state two men returning from a hunting trip on October 8th saw someone on the side of a forest access road, and "realized it was a female child."
When they stopped to talk to her, she "began to cry" and said "she had been kidnapped." They called 9-1-1.
Later that evening, a forensic interview of the girl showed "ligature marks on [her] wrists and ankles." The victim said the man who abducted her "tied [her] hands behind her back," and told her to put her head down.
When she said no, "the suspect struck her on the back of the head with the handgun."
She then said they drove around for a while, before the man stopped the car and assaulted her.
Afterward, documents say he left her near the road where the two hunters saw her 10 minutes later.
The girl goes on to describe the suspect as "wearing a tan baseball hat, a black shirt or coat, blue jeans and brown framed glasses with a blue line on the side of the frames," and drove a white SUV.
Documents say several separate video surveillance shots showed a male with that description in a white Toyota 4-Runner in the area.
Fast forward to October 13th- the charging affidavit said after running the license plate from surveillance, police determined the car belonged to 39 year-old Jesse Paul Speer.
They said they matched his driver's license with the artists rendering of the suspect.
Later that day, his vehicle was spotted in Belgrade. When police stopped and arrested Speer, he was wearing a blue jacket and glasses that matched the victim's description and the video surveillance.
As for those bankruptcy documents- Speer filed for individual Chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2004.
The papers reveal Speer was married and divorced to another woman in Georgia, before marrying his recent ex-wife who he has two young kids with.
We also found out he had a graphic design and photography business in Georgia and Colorado, before moving to Montana.
Speer is charged with Kidnapping, Assault with a Weapon and Felony Use of a Firearm.
He is still in custody in the Gallatin County Detention Center, and is expected to transfer to Wyoming and answer the charges.