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Deputies: Man arrested in Pamlico County kidnapping and rape

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Early Sunday the Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a kidnapping and rape incident that happened near Oriental late Saturday.

Deputies tell 9 On Your Side the victim claimed that she was held against her will at the suspect’s residence and was eventually able to escape from the residence. The Sheriff’s office conducted a search warrant and recovered evidence of the crime.

Anthony D. Thomas, 32, of Oriental was arrested by Pamlico County Sheriff’s Deputies on the following charges.

                1st Degree Kidnapping
                2nd Degree Forcible Rape
                Resisting Public Officer
                Assault a Government Employee

Thomas is being held in the Pamlico County Detention Center on a $250,000.00 Secured Bond. 
Thomas appeared in court Monday in Bayboro NC.

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