BRYAN, TX — A Brazos County man was arrested for allegedly restraining a woman at his house and tying her up with an extension cord.
40-year-old Terry Hebb was charged with Unlawful Restraint and Assault Family Violence-Impeding Breathe.
Officers were dispatched to a disturbance on West OSR near Homola after the Bryan Fire Department was waved down by a female who said she had been attacked by her boyfriend.
Bryan Fire observed a Black SUV drive aggressively towards the woman as if to hit her.
When police arrived, the woman told officers that she had been held captive by Hebb for three days at 5989 West OSR.
She said she tried to leave Hebb's home on Thursday, but was assaulted and her ankles were tied together with an extension cord.
The woman told police Hebb jumped on her stomach and tried to strangle her neck with his hands.
She also said she was picked up by Hebb and slammed on her back.
The woman hit Hebb and managed to run away before she flagged down Bryan Fire.
Police found injuries on the victim that matched her description.
Hebb is in the county jail Saturday with bonds set at $4,000.