The woman was taken by the two men to Logan Regional Hospital, and then transferred to Charleston Area Medical Center.
The three Logan officers remain on duty, said Logan County Prosecuting Attorney John Bennett.
Chapmanville Police Chief Elbert Vance previously said the accused officer from his department no longer works there.
"He wouldn't do something like that," Vance said previously of his former officer. "I hope they do something to the woman that claimed that."
In January, a woman who said she was the mother of the rape victim told the Gazette she contacted the FBI after two Logan County sheriff's deputies followed her and her daughter around in early December.
"We see them every time we go down the road from our house," she said at the time. "We've seen more cops up here since all this happened than in the whole year before that we lived here."
Along with the police officers, the Logan County Sheriff's Department, Sheriff Eddie Hunter, the city of Chapmanville and the Logan County Commission also are named as defendants.
Bennett said he had received the results of the State Police investigation some time ago, but also was awaiting information from federal investigators.
"I haven't made my final decision, but I certainly have not made the decision to prosecute based on what has been submitted to me yet," he said.
Reach Gary Harki at gha...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5163.