A Griffin man was arrested Saturday and charged with false imprisonment.

According to a Spalding County Sheriff’s Office daily bulletin, Dydricous Bernard Harps, 31, of Griffin, was arrested for false imprisonment on Saturday, Nov. 28.

According to an SCSO incident report, a deputy responded call of a domestic in progress at 1719 North Expressway, Griffin — the address for the Days Inn Saturday at 4:08 a.m.

According to the report, as the deputy was looking for the correct room, he saw the female victim leaning against the door frame of the room and “appeared to be breathing quite heavily” and “appeared to be in some sort of distress.”

According to the report, the deputy saw a man (later identified as Harps) behind the victim and when he saw the deputy, he ran into the bathroom. The victim told the deputy there was an argument and she wanted to leave. She said Harps blocked the door and would not let her leave. When they tried to get past him, he pushed her, causing her to stumble back and knock everything off a nightstand.

According to the report, Harps told police there was an argument and nothing else happened.