The woman accused of raping a 5-year-old girl at a tour guide house in Alcatros, Calif., has been charged with kidnapping, kidnapping for ransom, assault, and attempted murder, according to court documents.
The alleged victim is a member of the public and was staying with a family member, police said in a news release.
Police said the man, who was arrested Sunday in Alameda County, was the owner of the house and was in the process of selling it.
The woman is in custody and being held without bond.
The man has not yet been formally charged, according with the Alameda county district attorney’s office.
In the news release, the district attorney said the woman was working as a tour operator at the Alcatrash Ranch, a $1.3 million luxury resort in Aliso Viejo, Calif.
The family member had been staying at the property with the man for several months.
In October, police responded to a call of a man threatening a child with a knife at the resort.
The boy was not injured.
Alcatriz Police Chief David Carrión said in the news statement that investigators are trying to determine how the man obtained the girl’s identification, which authorities believe she gave to him after the girl reported being raped.
Al Catraz, a 2,300-acre, 100-acre resort on the San Francisco Bay, is the highest-rated destination in California.
Its owner, the Al Capitan Club, has more than 2,400 rooms and suites.
The resort, which also includes a swimming pool, has been plagued by serious injuries in recent years, with two of the resort’s three fatalities.