The woman told the officer that Collis got “extremely upset” over a card and asked her if she wanted to go home and she told him yes.
“While in the vehicle, Collis informed her that she wasn’t going to leave, and he then started driving on the highway … While driving on the highway, he was driving all over the roadway, yelling and screaming at her, which he later started throwing things at her,” the affidavit said.
The woman said Collis then took away her cellphone so she could not call anyone before he pulled into Speedway, where she went inside and told employees she was being held against her will, the affidavit said.
Collis was then arrested and taken to jail for abduction.
According to the affidavit, the Dayton Police Department also was contacted to investigate because the woman said the incident started in the city.