In a compelling rescue operation captured on recently released body-camera footage, law enforcement officers in Kentucky saved a woman who had been confined to the floor of her residence for two days.
The incident unfolded at a rundown house on Bolling Avenue in Louisville, prompted by neighbours reporting distressing cries for assistance.
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On August 16th 2023, Police responded to neighbours reports of hearing screams from a home down the street.
When police arrived on the scene they had realised that the entire first floor was barricaded shut.
Police Takes Action
Responding to the scene, the police discovered barricaded doors and windows, necessitating entry through a second-floor window. There, they encountered a visibly distressed woman who was fastened to the floor by a chain secured around her neck using a MasterLock, which was further attached by screws.
The subsequent investigation revealed that Moises May, 36, was taken into custody two days after the rescue. According to the police report, the woman had been forcibly confined by May following a violent argument. She had left after the argument but returned the next day to retrieve her belongings, only to be imprisoned by May in a room secured with a deadbolt.
He had taken her phone and allegedly even forcibly cut her hair using a machete before chaining her and issuing threats of violence.
The woman's pleas for help reached a tipping point when she managed to break a window on the second floor. Upon the police's arrival, the distressing scene inside was evident, as officers struggled to free her from her captivity. The woman revealed that May held the key to the lock on his keychain.
Employing a hatchet found on-site, the police were able to cut through the chain, liberating the woman. Emotions were palpable as she was led outside for medical attention and continued to display signs of distress.
Subsequently, May was arrested, and charged with multiple offenses, including kidnapping, intimidating a participant in the legal process, wanton endangerment, assault, terroristic threatening, and harassment. Set at $100,000, his bond awaits his court appearance scheduled for August 28
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