Roanoke Rapids police Chief Chuck Hasty said the kidnapping charge against the man, Wayne William Kaye, 33, reflected he would not allow the victim to leave a residence in the 1000 block of Jackson Street.
Officer J. Desare responded to the residence around 11 a.m. and observed the victim had marks on her arm. Her injuries did not require medical treatment, Hasty said.
Desare charged Kaye with kidnapping, assault on a female and an unauthorized use of vehicle count from Nash County.
Kaye was jailed without opportunity for bond due to the domestic nature of the case.
Lieutenant J. Baggett and Officer C. Fortier assisted.
On Saturday around 2 p.m., Tiawan I. Hockaday, 43, of Roanoke Rapids, surrendered to Master Office J. Benthall on outstanding warrants.
She was served warrants for identity theft, uttering, financial card theft and exploiting the disabled.
Hasty said in a statement Hockaday was the caretaker of the victim and allegedly used their credit card for her own use, accumulating more than $1,000 in charges.
The victim reported the card missing on March 24 and Officer H. Grimes investigated the case.
Hockaday received a $40,000 bond and May 19 court date.
On Friday around 10:30 p.m., Lieutenant P. Parks conducted a traffic stop for a violation on Tenth Street near Green.
Troy Antwan Herring, 24, of Roanoke Rapids, was found in possession of narcotics and paraphernalia.
Herring was cited for failing to comply with license restrictions, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, revoked tags, no insurance, fictitious tags, no inspection and failing to register vehicle.
Officers J. Spragins and R. Cross, along with his dog, Midas, assisted.