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Police: Woman held against her will 2 weeks

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Daniel Cardona was arrested January 3, 2012 and charged with unlawful restraint and domestic battery after his girlfriend told police he held her against her will for two weeks.

EAST MOLINE, Ill  — East Moline Police arrested a man accused of holding his girlfriend against her will for two weeks and allegedly battering her when she tried to leave.

It reportedly happened at a home on 15th Avenue in East Moline, Illinois.

Police said the victim told officers her boyfriend “had been holding her against her will for the last two weeks and had been battering her when she tried to leave.”  She got out of the home January 3, 2012.

Police said they found “evidence of the unlawful restraint” when they searched the residence.

Daniel Cardona, 32, is charged with felony unlawful restraint, felony aggravated domestic battery and misdemeanor domestic battery.

Online court records said Cardona was “admonished in open court”.  Cardona was held in the Rock Island County Jail in lieu of 75,000 bond.