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Authorities in Arkansas arrested a 47-year-old man this week after responding Sunday to reports of a suicidal woman’s cries for help and the discovery of a woman tied up with zip ties to the inside of the house, according to a new report.
To repay the debt, Carmody, faces charges of first-degree false imprisonment, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a firearm by certain persons and the equipment, the possession or use of prohibited items, according to the Searcy County Sheriff’s Department. He is going to be faced with the enhanced penalties as a habitual offender, if convicted.
Carmody had tied up a woman for a day or two, and had to feed her at that time, even though he’s had sips of water, authorities said, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
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The bruises on her arms, hands, wrists, ankles, and chest, were consistent with injuries that can be tied up for a long period of time, the sheriff’s department said.
To repay the debt, Carmody, 47, faces charges of first-degree false imprisonment, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a firearm by certain persons and furnishing, possession, or use of the prohibited items, authorities say. (Clark County Sheriff)
The woman told the police that she would never commit suicide, and had no intention of harming himself, the newspaper reported.
Carmody, who had several outstanding warrants and was arrested, but not before directing the police to make a tent, and when asked for identification, the Democrat-Gazette reported. However, once you are inside the tent, the police found two rifles and a shotgun.
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As a reference, Carmody, is prohibited from being in possession of a firearm, the newspaper reported.
In addition, while he was being processed into the prison, Carmody was trying to smuggle in a lighter, marijuana, and tobacco, by hiding them in his body, the sheriff’s department said.
Carmody was being held in the Baxter County jail on Wednesday on separate charges.