Woman held captive slips note to veterinary employee

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The rescue brought an end to 48 hellish hours for Reichle that began when Floyd beat her up Wednesday night. Finally, the woman managed to convince Floyd she needed to take their dog to the veterinarian, though he only did so while accompanying her with a gun, sheriffs said.

The worker quietly alerted the authorities, who showed up, seized the gun, and cuffed Floyd, officials said. At one point, they struggled over a handgun that fired inside the house.

According to the arrest affidavit, the worker inside the animal hospital quickly got the message and called DeLand Police They came in, arrested the suspect and held him for deputies. On the drive to the animal hospital, she says Floyd again threatened to kill her.

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Deputies say the woman - who the Orlando Sentinel is not identifying - was beaten and threatened by 39-year-old Jeremy Floyd.

Authorities say after arriving to the hospital, the victim was able to slip the veterinary staff a note that read, "Call the cops. Please don't let him know".

Floyd faces a number of charges, including domestic violence, aggravated assault with a firearm and false imprisonment.

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Floyd has a criminal history that includes burglary, possession and sale of drugs and grand theft motor vehicle, for which he was convicted in 2016, and sent to state prison for more than a year.

Volusia County sheriff deputies found two bullet holes in a hallway, according to local NBC affiliate WESH-2.

Floyd is now being held at the Volusia County Branch Jail without bail.

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Williams said the "visibly injured" woman was taken to a hospital to be treated for a head injury, black eye and bruised arm.

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