The authorities did not provide information on the recovered bodies. The investigators will continue to search the Page Boulevard property in the morning.
A resident of the house, Stewart R. Weldon, 40, was arrested Sunday night after he was discovered driving a Nissan Altima with a broken taillight, according to a police report filed in the case.
He slowed first for the police, who tried to drag him over in the Wilbraham Road area, but then he raced off, the report said. The hunt ended in a fierce fight, and a woman who was in the Altima told the police that Weldon had held her captive for about a month and hit her with a hammer when he got angry, the report said.
He was charged with weekend arrest on Tuesday, including armed abduction and serious assault, and was sentenced to $ 1 million in bail. His public defender could not be reached for comment.
On Thursday afternoon, he was not charged with crimes related to the bodies found in his home.
According to court records in Weldon's weekend detention, he wore a big knife in his hoodie and a second knife in his back left pocket when the police took him into custody.
The woman, whose name was immortalized in court records, told the police furiously that Weldon would kill her and said, "Thanks guys to save my life, I did not think I'd ever escape," it says the report.
The police found that her right leg was "very infected" and had a runny nose, and there was a lot of swelling when she "cried uncontrollably".
A doctor in a hospital later found additional injuries, including a possible broken jaw. Large scratch marks, scratches, old and new bruises, puncture wounds on the abdomen and "signs that were hit by a blunt object," says the report.
She also said Weldon repeatedly raped her
" I believe that because of the grotesque and violent nature of  statements, "and Weldon's failures in previous cases," he poses a high flight risk and an extreme danger to the public, "wrote Springfield Officer Daniel Moynahan in the report.
In addition to the kidnapping charge, Weldon is charged with, among other things, committing a crime; Resistance to arrest; Driving with a revoked license; and do not stop for the police, records show. He was also set for extradition orders in relation to several motor vehicle offenses and assault with a dangerous weapon and the attack on a police officer.
John R. Ellement and Maria Cramer of the Globe Staff contributed to this report.