Two men accused of abducting and robbing a Cape Girardeau woman were arrested June 16 by officers of the Kansas Highway Patrol and the U.S. Marshals Service. Cape Girardeau Police Sgt. Rick Schmidt said John 53 year old Czarnecki of Atlanta and 43 year old Christopher Smith of Cave Spring GA were arrested in western Kansas about 7:50 p.m. Cape Girardeau Prosecuting Attorney Chris Limbaugh filed felony charges of first-degree kidnapping, robbery and armed criminal action against the men. Judge Benjamin Lewis signed arrest warrants for them and a cash bond was set for at $1 million each. Police say Czarnecki and Smith also may have ties to a Georgia homicide. Chamblee, Georgia, police Capt. Ernesto Ford said officers helped the FBI on a follow-up investigation stemming from the “violent kidnapping”. The vehicle used in the abduction was registered to Abraham Rudolph Jacobs and believed to be stolen. Police say that Czarnecki was a friend and roomate of Jacobs. During a search warrant, of their appartment officers found the body of Jacobs. Police have not disclosed how he died. Czarnecki has not been charged in the death of Jacobs, but he will be charged with the theft of Jacobs’ vehicle police also are seeking Czarnecki’s girlfriend, Sally McIntyre, who may be in danger.