BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A Boise man is accused of holding a woman against her will, assaulting her and threatening her with a knife.

The Idaho Statesman reports police arrested 26-year-old Brennden Rader on Wednesday on suspicion of kidnapping, aggravated assault, attempted strangulation and resisting arrest.

Boise police say officers responded to a domestic dispute call at a business and found a woman who had been assaulted.

Police say Rader held the woman in a car for several hours.

Police say they found the car parked in an alley and Rader refused to exit.

Officers used a police dog to detain Rader.

He was treated at a hospital for minor injuries before being booked into the Ada County Jail.


Information from: Idaho Statesman,

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