ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Police say a woman claims she had been locked in her apartment like a prisoner and her boyfriend was the warden.
Joshua Obrien faced a judge Sunday on numerous charges including false imprisonment.
According to a criminal complaint, Obrien's girlfriend messaged a friend on Facebook about the alleged abuse.
When officers arrived to the apartment they found a scared woman and Obrien hiding behind a refrigerator.
After arresting Obrien, police say the woman told them he would lock her inside the apartment when he left.
Police say they saw a piece of metal bolted to the front door and a place for a lock.
In court Sunday, background investigators told the judge Obrien has faced these charges before with the same victim.
His bond is set at $50,000.
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