Wausau, Wisconsin Woman Terry Boyd Accused of Holding Men Hostage for Sex
WAOW reports 52-year-old Terry Boyd of Wausau was arrested on Monday after police responded to an early morning call about a disturbance at an apartment on 6th Street.
Upon arrival, officers said they heard two men yelling for help from an upstairs window. The men claimed that Boyd refused to release them until one of them had sex with her.
“They stated that they were being held against their will and wanted us to help get them out,” Wausau police officer Jerrick Alsteen wrote in his report.
The Wausau Daily Herald cites a police report stating that the door to the residence was locked but one of the men tossed keys down to officers, who then forced their way into the building.
Court documents state Boyd was combative with officers when they entered the apartment. Boyd alleged that police had beaten her up during the incident; she was transported to the emergency room at Aspirus Wausau Hospital, where she allegedly became combative with medical staff and was arrested for disorderly conduct.
Hours later, Boyd was released from the Marathon County Jail and returned home, where she allegedly refused to allow her roommate to leave. Once again, police were called to the apartment. Once again, they forced their way inside. And once again, Boyd was arrested. She has been charged with false imprisonment, obstructing an officer, disorderly conduct and bail jumping.
Boyd was ordered released on a $1,500 signature bond. A review hearing is scheduled for September 5.
Boyd’s alleged kidnapping victims said they did not wish to press charges against her.