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Woman Accused Of Holding Men Hostage And Demanding Sex Will Not Do Jail Time

| by Kathryn Schroeder

Terry L. Boyd, 52, is accused of holding two men against their will and demanding sex from one of them.

If she behaves for the next 9 months she will not do any jail time.

Boyd was charged with false imprisonment, resisting an officer, disorderly conduct, and bail jumping. She pleaded no contest to three counts of disorderly conduct; all other charges were dismissed thanks to a plea agreement, reports Stevens Point Journal.

The charges are from two separate incidents that occurred in August of last year.

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Witnesses called police to report a loud argument and a man screaming for help.

According to the police report, the officers who arrived at the home found two men yelling for help from a second-story window and claiming they were being held against their will.

One of the men, Boyd’s roommate, told the officers she had locked them in a room and would not let them leave until one of them had sex with her.

The officers had to force their way into the home because Boyd was blocking the entrance in order to rescue the men.

Once the officers left Boyd’s home, she called the Aspirus Wausau Hospital emergency room, a counseling agency, and dispatchers to report that the police had “beaten her up,” reports the Huffington Post.

An ambulance took Boyd to the hospital where she allegedly became combative with medical personnel, resulting in her being arrested on preliminary charges of disorderly conduct.

Upon being released hours later from Marathon County Jail, Boyd returned home and again locked her roommate in a bedroom, refusing to let him out.

The police returned to Boyd’s home and she was arrested.

The police and men involved both claim Boyd’s medication had recently been changed.

Boyd’s case will remain open for nine months while she completes counseling or treatment.