A 23-year-old woman allegedly detained against her will cried and "had a horrified look on her face" when the police found her in a Boston kidnapper house, according to a Boston police report.
Victor Pena, the 38-year-old accused of kidnapping Olivia Ambrose, was arrested after authorities said he was found Tuesday at his home in Charlestown near Ambrose, which disappeared on Saturday night.
As the investigation of Ambrose's disappearance intensified, the police followed the last known ping from their phone to an apartment complex. Detectives showed surveillance images to the neighbors who said the suspect looked like the incident report ABC's Boston subsidiary WCVB received.
The missing 23-year-old's phone was also reactivated and she began sending messages to her mother, according to the report.
Maintenance personnel were called to open the door to Penas apartment on Tuesday, the report said. Before the lock was drilled, detectives waited about 20 minutes and knocked several times.
"After the upper lock was dismantled, but before the lower locks were opened, the detectives heard the locks opening from the inside," the report said.
Pena, who was at the door, "violently resisted" when the authorities tried to handcuff him, the report said.
Ambrose told a detective "she was detained against her will". and that Pena took her cell phone and "refused to let her leave the apartment for the entire time she was held there," the report said.
Pena appeared in court for the first time on Wednesday, deciding that he should undergo another mental assessment.
A doctor who examined Pena claimed to have signs of psychosis.
Pena is taken to a mental hospital for a more thorough investigation before returning to court on February 11.
Ambrose's disappearance began on Saturday night after she left the Hennessey's bar in Boston with a man identified as a suspect and eliminated, police said.
Ambrose was then hired by two men, one of whom was identified as Pena, police said, citing a surveillance video.
Pena and the other man were watching a surveillance video as she staggered across the street before following her.
The other man on video has since been evicted by detectives, the police said.
The surveillance video showed that, according to the authorities, Pena was physically leading Ambrose and said the young woman did not volunteer.
Ambrose's family reported missing her on Sunday, police said, and led to a massive search, and the investigation took the authorities to Pena's home on Tuesday.
Ambrose was taken to a hospital, police said. The 23-year-old returned home to WCVB on Tuesday night.
Police investigate whether Ambrose and the suspect met at the bar or had a chance to meet in the street, authorities said.
ABC News Brian Hartman, Todd McKee, Darren Reynolds and Karma Allen all contributed to the report.