Judge sets bond for man who held victim against against his will, assaulted him

MANDAN, N.D. - A judge set bond at $10,000 for a man who is accused of holding another man against his will and assaulting him.

The Mandan Police Department says 24-year-old Zachary Ricker was found with a victim in a black pick-up truck by 4th Street in Mandan.

Police say he was asked out of the truck and his 22-year-old passenger looked like he was scared.

Officers say Ricker had an injury to his left hand and two open wounds to his middle finger.

According to the affidavit, the victim says he met Ricker at a party earlier in the night and didn’t know who he was. Court documents say the victim had been in Ricker’s car for over an hour and was hit by him several times.

Officers say the victim asked to be let out of the truck multiple times but Ricker did not let him. Court documents say Ricker also threw the victim’s cellphone out of the window.

The affidavit says the victim had multiple injuries to his face. His cheeks were swollen, his lower lip was busted open, and a tooth had been knocked out. Police say the victim had the tooth in his pocket and showed it to them.

Records say the victim told police he was thankful they arrived when they did because he did not believe he would still be alive.

Ricker has been charged with felonious restraint, and aggravated assault. Court Record state he is not allowed to have contact with the victim or leave the state if he bonds out.

A judge set bond for $10,000 for a man who is accused of holding another man against his will and assaulting him.

The Mandan Police Department say 24-year-old Zachary Ricker was found with a victim in a black pick-up truck by 4th st in Mandan.

Police say he was asked out of the truck and his 22-year-old passenger looked like he was scared.

Officers say Ricker had an injury to his left hand and two open wounds to his middle finger.

According to the affidavit, the victim says he met Ricker at a party earlier in the night and didn’t know who he was. Court documents say the victim had been in Ricker’s car for over an hour and was hit by him several times.

Officers say the victim asked to be let out of the truck multiple times but Ricker did not let him. Court documents say Ricker also threw the victim’s cellphone out of the window.

The affidavit says the victim had multiple injuries to his face. His cheeks were swollen, his lower lip was busted open and a tooth had been knocked out. Police say the victim had the tooth in his pocket and showed it to them.

Records say the victim told police he was thankful they arrived when they did because he did not believe he would still be alive.

Ricker has been charged with felonious restraint, and aggravated assault. Court Record state he is not allowed to have contact with the victim or leave the state if he bonds out.