A 23-year-old woman who allegedly was held against her will cry and had a "terrible sight on her face" when the police found her at a Boston home where a suspect kidnappers were reported, according to a report from the Boston police.
Victor Pena, the 38-year-old accused of kidnapping Olivia Ambrose, was arrested after the authorities said he was found on Tuesday in his apartment in Charleston with Ambrose, who disappeared on Saturday night.
When the investigation of Ambrose's disappearance was intensified, the police followed the last known ping from their phone to an apartment complex. The detectives showed pictures of observing neighbors who said the suspect looked like Pena, according to the incident report obtained by WCVB at ABC Boston's subsidiary.
The phone of the missing 23-year-old also reactivated and she began sending messages to her mother, the report said.
Maintenance officers were summoned to open the door to Pena's apartment on Tuesday, the report said, and before they break through the lock, the detectives wait for about 20 minutes and knock repeatedly.
"After the upper bolt was dismantled, but before the lower locks opened, the detectives heard that the locks were opening from inside," the report said.
Penna, who was on the verge, "resisted stormy" when the authorities tried to get his handcuffs, according to the report.