A man is charged with binding, assaulting and raping a woman for days, according to Anchorage prosecutors, in a brutal case with only limited details initially available.

Anthony Teayoumeak, 26, is charged with seven counts of first-degree sexual assault, plus one count each of coercion, second-degree assault and third-degree misconduct involving controlled substances, according to Anchorage District Attorney Rick Allen’s office. All 10 felony charges are crimes of domestic violence.

“The charges allege that Teayoumeak restrained the victim for several days, culminating on March 2, 2018 when he strangled her and forced her to use methamphetamine before committing several serious sexual offenses against her,” prosecutors wrote in a statement.

A full criminal complaint against Teayoumeak weren’t available Wednesday, according to Allen’s office. An indictment listed the offenses as having occurred “on or about February 28, 2018.”

Court records show that Teayoumeak was arrested on March 3. He was initially held without bail, which was later set at a total of $750,000.

In previous cases, Teamouyeak entered Anchorage guilty pleas to a felony count of misconduct involving controlled substances in December 2016, as well as violating a domestic-violence protection order in November.

A statewide inmate database showed Teayoumeak still in custody Wednesday at the Cook Inlet Pretrial Facility. He is set to be arraigned on Friday.

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