Updated at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 21, 2019, to correct bond amount to $150,000.
A man was arrested late last week after allegedly assaulting and kidnapping a woman, throwing her down stairs and urinating on her, according to court records.
Michael Francis Wilson, 27, is accused of entering a woman's unlocked apartment without permission around 5 a.m. Jan. 17.
The woman told police he woke her up looking for someone and "acting strange," court records show. He yelled at her and threw things, told her to call out of work for the day, and threatened to tie her up and put her in a blanket if she didn't willingly walk out of the apartment, court records state.
The woman told police she was afraid, so she complied. He took her to his house and "started torturing her physically and mentally," court records state.
The woman said he suffocated her with pillows, blankets and his hands. At one point, he "tried to rip her jaws apart," choked her and threw her down the stairs repeatedly.
She told police he talked about how he would kill her and where he could take her body.
"At one point he pulled out a knife and cut a [sic] upside down cross on his chest and then held the knife to her throat," a court affidavit states.
The woman eventually escaped and ran to a neighbor's house but no one answered the door.
Wilson "came running out of his house naked and grabbed her," the affidavit states.
He dragged her back to his house, where he urinated on her and "made her get naked and sit on the cold floor wet from urine," the affidavit states.
The woman told police he finally passed out from drinking and she escaped. Wilson was arrested the same day.
He is in the Hamilton County Jail facing a $150,000 bond on charges of kidnapping, aggravated domestic assault and aggravated burglary.
Wilson's arrest history in Hamilton County dates to 2013, according to online court records.
He pleaded guilty to domestic assault involving the same woman in 2017. He was charged in 2018 with violating an order of protection, and with another domestic assault count that has been dismissed.
His other charges are for traffic infractions, records show.