A Tulsa man is accused of kidnapping, raping and repeatedly attacking a woman during a period of seven days.
Jeremy Wesley Harp, 23, has been booked into the Tulsa County Jail on complaints of domestic violence, rape, sodomy, kidnapping and possession of marijuana.
Harp was arrested on outstanding warrants from a different domestic abuse case and was questioned by police about the new allegations that he attacked a woman while holding her against her will for a week, according to the report.
Harp told police that the woman went for a walk and came back beat up, the report read.
The woman told police she was at a friend's house and Harp said he was coming to get her and would kick in her friend's door if she didn't come out. The woman said she went with Harp to protect her friend, according to the police report.
The woman claims Harp then took her to one of his friend's house where he forced her to have sex with him and beat her repeatedly, according to the report.
The woman said Harp took her to the hospital but told her to lie to the workers and never left her alone in the emergency room. The woman escaped from the apartment this Saturday and called police, according to the report.
Harp remained in the Tulsa County Jail on Wednesday afternoon.