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Tulsa Police: Woman Says Man Held Her Captive For 2 Weeks

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TULSA, Oklahoma -

Tulsa Police arrest a man after a woman says he held her captive inside his home for nearly two weeks.

The woman told police 54-year old Darrell Kuder held her against her will at a home on North Richmond Avenue and threatened to kill her family if she left.

Police say the victim had cut marks on her arms from a knife and the victim says Kuder hit her with a belt buckle numerous times.

During a search of Kuder's home, officers say they found a loaded shotgun in a bedroom.

Tulsa Police say the two did know each other and were in a romantic relationship.

Kuder was booked into the Tulsa County jail on complaints of kidnapping, assault with a deadly weapon, domestic assault and battery and threatening a violent act.

He remains in jail on a $160,000 bond.

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