A North Little Rock man was arrested Monday on accusations that he held a deaf woman against her will for more than seven hours and raped her in May, court documents said.
Christopher Edward "Flyy" Walls, 38, sexually assaulted and detained the woman at his home on May 19 for several hours, until she was able to escape, according to an affidavit for a warrant for Wall's arrest.
Officers said the woman wrote notes on pieces of paper to tell them what had happened to her. The woman said she initially went with Walls, who she knew as "Flyy," to his home, but later she felt as though she could not leave, the affidavit said.
Walls offered the woman drugs, which she declined, and repeatedly asked her to have sex with him, but she refused, officers reported. The woman said she was afraid, and after he'd asked her multiple times, she accepted marijuana from Walls because she thought it would get Walls to let her go, but he did not.
While being held captive, the woman said a man approached the house to give Walls marijuana and she "begged him to help her, but the man did not do anything to help her and left the residence," court documents said.
The woman said the captivity lasted from noon until about 7:30 p.m., when she was able to escape, the records said. When she got home, the woman called police, who took her to Baptist Health Medical Center in North Little Rock.
Detectives called the number listed for "Flyy" in the woman's phone, and Walls answered, the affidavit said.
Walls was arrested Monday on charges of rape and kidnapping, according to the jail's roster. Walls was in the Pulaski County jail in lieu of a $200,000 bond as of Thursday evening.
Walls is a defendant in two open cases in Pulaski County, facing a first-degree domestic battery charge from December 2017 and a third-degree domestic battery charge from March 2018.
Walls was sentenced to a suspended four years in prison on two charges of aggravated cruelty to animals stemming from officers finding two dog carcasses and two living dogs with no water, food or shelter at Walls' residence in 2016, according to court documents.
A court-ordered mental evaluation found Walls fit to stand trial, though he later negotiated a guilty plea in the animal-cruelty case.
Metro on 12/07/2018
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