A person held captive for two days escaped from an accused captor in Mississippi when he passed out from alcohol, police said.

On the morning of Monday, February 12, the victim notified the Southaven Police Department that she had been “tied up and physically assaulted for the past 2 days,” the agency said in a news release.

The man accused of holding the person captive passed out due to a combination of alcohol and medication, allowing the victim to flee the home, police reported.

The person suffered multiple injuries and received medical treatment, police said.

A SWAT team and negotiators arrived at the home and were initially unable to make contact with the man before taking him into custody.

The man has a history of charges filed against him in other states, police said, including false imprisonment, assault under extreme emotional disturbance, wanton endangerment and robbery.

Police described the incident as an “unlawful confinement and aggravated assault,” but McClatchy News is not identifying the suspect because it is unclear if he has been charged in Mississippi. He is not listed in DeSoto County jail records.

McClatchy News did not immediately receive a response from the Southaven Police Department regarding the charges.

Southaven, located along the Mississippi-Tennessee border, is part of the Memphis metropolitan area.

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