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NE Nebraska man faces judge for allegedly holding a person against their will

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WOODLAND PARK, Neb. (KTIV)- Friday, a northeast Nebraska man will face a judge for allegedly holding a person against their will by tying their hands and feet.

42-year-old Kevin Broberg, of Woodland Park, Nebraska, faces four charges including abuse of a vulnerable adult, and false imprisonment.

Back in December, Broberg was arrested following a welfare check. When Stanton County deputies arrived, Broberg said that the woman in question wasn't at the residence, and said she was in the hospital. But, further investigation revealed the woman was inside the residence.

The victim, who wasn't identified, was unresponsive and was restrained with her hands and feet tied.

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