The two have been charged with human trafficking, sexual assault, kidnapping and conspiracy.
"It reminds us as parents — I'm not saying in this case they were or weren't — but as parents we need to play an active role in the lives of our kids," Baylous said. "Monitor their internet activity and cellphone usage, and know who they're talking to.
"Children don't have the understanding that adults have and that's why they need parents to help them discern and use good judgment."
He said the case also showed a need for more resources for the Crimes Against Children Unit, which handles all crimes, physical and cyber, against children. He said the unit helped with the computer and cellphone messages between the suspect and victim and also conducted some interviews.
He said with more resources the unit would be more proactive instead of reactive.
Dailey and Dodrill are being held at North Central Regional Jail. Dailey's bond was set at $2 million while Dodrill's was $750,000.
The case remains under investigation and further arrests could be made.
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