COLLINSVILLE, Oklahoma -- A 32-year-old Wisconsin man and registered as a sex offender was arrested early Monday on complaints of kidnapping, assault with dangerous weapon and lewd molestation at a Collinsville mobile home park.
Two female victims met Tulsa County Sheriff's Office deputies at a Collinsville convenience store and told investigators they had escaped from a residence in the Horse Pin Creek Mobile Home Park where they had been held against their will.
The two women said a third female, a 15-year-old, was still in the mobile home.
At the park, deputies located the partially clothed teenager. They also arrested Dennis Kurtz of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The women told deputies, they had gone to the home in the 11300 block of East 159th Place North to drink with Kurtz's younger brother Sunday night.
When Kurtz woke up Monday, he accused the trio of stealing money from him and used a large knife to threaten them.
Two of the women were able to flee the home and call 911.
The 15-year-old told deputies she too was held against her will.
Kurtz was booked into the Tulsa County jail.