BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) -- We're learning more tonight about the arrest this week of a man accused of victimizing a woman not once, but twice since May.
Deputies arrested Richard Teremaine Gore Monday. Warrants say he damaged his GPS tracking device, kidnapped the woman in South Carolina, raped and assaulted her at his home in Ash, then led officers on a high-speed chase.
Records show the victim escaped with Gore's phone Monday to call 911.
"I need to have a cop come right now," she told an operator. "My ex-boyfriend kidnapped me again, and before he gets up and chases me down this freaking road."
A friend of the victim also called 911 when he received a frightening text.
"She sent me a text, said something like, 'Don't call this number. Don't text back. Teremaine has me again, and call the law," James Story told WWAY.
Hiding in the field behind Gore's home the victim told the dispatcher that her whole body was hurting and she was bloody from the assault.
"He choked me, he hit me and beat me," she said. "He put a gun in my mouth and a gun to my head. He kicked me, he hit me in the lungs, he hit me in the stomach, he broke my... I don't... All kinds of everything you can imagine."
She says he choked her till she could not see. Soon after the line went dead and officers arrived at the home.
Warrants say gore hit a deputy's patrol car causing more than $1,000 in damage then led officers on a high-speed chase.
Gore jumped out of the car and ran into the woods. He was arrested just minutes later.
Gore was charged with kidnapping and raping the same woman last spring. He got out of jail on $50,000 bond and GPS monitoring in October. He is back in jail under a $4 million bond.