Update: Oklahoma authorities arrest man wanted for kidnapping, rape

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Updated 3:55 p.m. 11/25/2014

SHAWNEE, Okla. – Law enforcement agencies in Pottawatomie County have arrested a convicted felon accused of kidnapping, beating and raping his girlfriend in late July.

Jason Randall Littleaxe, 28, was charged Friday in Pottawatomie County with first-degree rape, rape by instrumentation, kidnapping and domestic assault and battery with dangerous weapon.

According to a probable cause affidavit, Littleaxe’s girlfriend told police she was assaulted by him in late July.

When she tried to get away from him, the affidavit claims”Littleaxe grabbed [victim] by her hair and pulled her back into the vehicle and choked her.”

The woman claimed he dragged her by her hair into an abandoned house where he tied her hands behind her back and allegedly asked her “what room she wanted to die in.”

The affidavit claims Littleaxe hit his girlfriend on her back and buttocks with an extension cord several times, raped her and punched her in the face.

He also allegedly put out cigarettes on her body.

The victim said she escaped from him on July 31.

Chief Russell Frantz, with the Shawnee Police Department, said officers spotted Littleaxe on Friday near Park and Dewy St., but lost him after he hopped a couple of fences.

The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office assisted in the search for Littleaxe.

Littleaxe served two years in prison after being convicted of larceny of an automobile in 2006.

He pleaded guilty to assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in 2012 and was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle in August.