Police have charged Woodbridge resident Riaz Noory, 22, with abduction and attempted abduction after a Lorton woman reported being held against her will for a week at his house, Prince William County Police spokesperson Jonathan Perok said.
Police originally responded to Thenia Place at 1:09 a.m. on Sept. 25 for the report of a domestic incident. The victim told police that she and Noory were in an argument.
"During the encounter, the accused allegedly attempted to forcibly remove the victim from the residence. Other witnesses were able to break up the altercation, at which point, the accused left the area," Perok said. "While investigating this incident, the victim reported to police that she was held against her will by the accused between Sept. 14 and Sept. 21 at his residence on Hunterbrook Drive. The victim reported that she attempted to leave the residence multiple times during that period of time but the accused prevented her from doing so."
The victim reportedly was able to leave the home on Sept. 21. No one was injured.
Police found and arrested Noory at the Inns of Virginia at 951 Annapolis Way on Oct. 1. His court date and bond information is unavailable.