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Man Accused of Holding Woman Hostage for Two Weeks

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Darrell Lee Kuder (jail mugshot) Darrell Lee Kuder (jail mugshot)

A Tulsa man is arrest and jailed after he's accused of kidnapping and holding a woman against her will.

Police got the call Wednesday afternoon near Yale and Admiral on the city's north side.

According to arrest records, Darrell Lee Kuder, 54, was at the home with a woman who said she'd been held captive there for two weeks.

The woman told police Kuder cut her wrists and hit her with a belt buckle. She also said Kuder threatened to kill her family members and friends if she tried to escape.

Darrell Kuder is being held in the Tulsa County jail on several complaints that include kidnapping, assault with a weapon, and weapons possession.

Court records show Kuder has been previously convicted of other felonies that date to 2001.

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