According to an affidavit for the arrest warrant, Andrew Frolos, 50, was arrested March 21 for an incident that occurred at his home.
The report indicates Central Dispatch received a call from the victim's husband, advising his wife had been raped.
Detective Sergeant Ken Guidry and Sharp County officer Trent Milligan responded to the victim's home. The 30 year old victim was transported to the Sharp County Sheriff's Department for an interview.
The victim told officials she went to Frolos' home around 7 p.m. with her three children and her father in law later picked up the children.
The victim advised, while sitting on the couch watching a movie, Frolos became increasingly more sexually aggressive, including touching her. She continually pushed him away and attempted to leave. The report indicates he would not allow her to leave and demanded sex.
Frolos then allegedly grabbed her by the arm and leg and threw her to the floor near the couch as she began to fight in an attempt to escape, repeatedly telling Frolos not to do this, because people knew of her whereabouts. Frolos then stated, "You'll disappear," informing her she wasn't leaving the home until "he got what he wanted."
The victim then punched Frolos in the face and scratched him in yet another attempt to escape. She was eventually dragged to the bedroom and raped.
After the attack she ran out the back door, because there were numerous locks on the front door, and was able to run to her home, which was nearby, and call police.
The report indicates the victim was taken to White River Medical Center, where a rape examination was performed. The detective indicated the injuries sustained to her knees and hands were consistent with details she relayed to officers.
Frolos was arrested March 22 for two counts of rape and one count of false imprisonment. He is currently incarcerated in the Sharp County Jail awaiting his first court appearance where bond will be set.