SULLIVAN, Ind. (WTHI) - Tuesday morning at approximately 10:00AM, Indiana State Police troopers and Sullivan County Sheriff's deputies responded to 7102 East County Road 350 North Sullivan for a reported confinement of a mother and girlfriend.
The residence is owned by the mother, also a victim.
Officers arrived at the residence and upon further investigation found that 37-year-old Jason Fulford was allegedly using the threat of force to keep his mother and girlfriend inside the rural home.
The victims had been held since 9:30PM on April 2 until approximately 10:00AM this morning, at which time the suspect stepped out onto the front porch to speak on his cell phone and the mother dialed the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office for help.
The confinement was alleged to have begun over a domestic argument involving medical issues. Fulford was placed into custody and transported to the Sullivan County Jail by state police.
Fulford was preliminarily charged with two counts of Class D felony Criminal Confinement with his bond set at $8000 cash.
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