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A man was arrested after breaking into a woman's home, holding her against her will, and sexually assaulting her. The woman dialed 911 and hid the phone without hanging up, leading police to her rescue, according to a report from the Rock Hill Police Department.
The incident happened just before 3 a.m. at a home on Bose Avenue. Officers were sent to the home to investigate an open 911 call, from which RHPD Dispatch said they could hear a woman crying and "begging a male subject not to do something to her."
Once on scene, officers said they could hear the woman crying from inside the house. The woman opened the door for the officers, and was "visibly upset" and "in immediate fear" of William Kyle Fields, 29, who was upstairs in her bedroom.
The victim told the officers she was awakened earlier when Fields came in through her bedroom window. She said Fields told her he was "going to prison for six years and wanted to have one last sexual encounter with [the victim]" before forcing himself on her, the report states.
That's when the victim asked Fields to get her a glass of water. While he did, she dialed 911 and hid the phone without hanging up, leading police to the home a short time later.
Fields, who had been in a previous relationship with the victim, had been ordered not to have any contact with her due to a previous criminal domestic violence case which had not been resolved, was arrested and taken to the Rock Hill City Jail.
He was charged with first degree criminal sexual conduct, first degree burglary, and violation of a no contact order.