The complaint said she was ordered to access more than $400,000 at financial institutions and start money transfers to Vilela. The exact amount of money transferred wasn't disclosed.
Dyall told Hill she was held captive at Vilela's home for six days, while Vilela indicated the imprisonment lasted 10 days, according to the complaint.
Hill said he responded to a call on Jan. 24 that Dyall hadn't been seen for several days.
Friends of the woman began receiving odd, brief phone calls and emails "in poor English" from the victim. Hill received a similar phone call from Dyall on Tuesday and "could detect deception within her story," the complaint said.
Hill tried to call the woman back but the phone was out of service. Shortly thereafter, Hill began receiving calls from financial institutions that the woman was attempting to move money from one account to another. The complaint said the transfers "were out of her character."
After tracking the calls from Dyall to Vilela's residence, troopers went to the home, which had several doors and windows secured with plywood and screws, the complaint said.
Vilela was held without bond Friday on the kidnapping charge and on $100,000 bond on the other charges at the Eastern Regional Jail. Jail records didn't indicate whether he had an attorney.