Arrested are Thomas Barker, 32, and Joshua Holby, 31, of Carlos, Minn., and Steven Powers, 20, of Mankato.
The mom also posted an update on a Facebook group dedicated to finding her daughter, saying that the 15-year-old has been found and is safe.
"When she come walking out of the grass I'm thinking oh my gosh, you got to be kidding me", the farmer said. She knew him, so she agreed to help and got in Barker's vehicle.
The teen has since been reunited with her family.
When the two got to his house, his roommate Holby and friend Powers restrained her with zip ties and assaulted her.
Last week, the trio of suspects drove the girl from one location to another, including a cornfield and a foreclosed property in Grant County.
On Tuesday afternoon, Block was left alone for the first time.
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Police say the three repeatedly assaulted the girl during the course of her 29 days in captivity before she was able to escape and find help Thursday.
The alarm was raised and the youngster was taken to hospital.
Three men were arrested Tuesday in connection with the alleged abduction of 15-year-old Jasmine Block in early August.
"This is an unbelievable young woman", Wyffels added.
The teen says she was held captive at Barker's residence in Carlos for most of the time she was missing, and that he tried to drown her in a bath tub one time but was unable to finish the job as he suffers from cerebral palsy and lacks strength.
"If everyone can just respect them and let them be", Taylor said. "We are all super excited". She concurred, got in his vehicle and they headed to his home. She eventually identified herself to a local resident and asked the man to call 911.
Police say the public is not at risk.
The Alexandria police department is working with the FBI, BCA, Minnesota Department of Corrections, Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Grant County Sheriff's Office, Pope County Sheriff's Office, and the Glenwood Police Department.