According to the probable cause statement, a woman who had been visiting her parents' home on 18th Street in Lamar May 1, returned to her vehicle and Matthew Clements, 27, "popped up" from the back seat.
Clements told (her) that she needed to take him to his parents' house (on Mill Street) in Lamar and if she didn't he would "damn shoot you' and told her he had a Derringer .22 pistol.
When they arrived at his parents' house, he took (the woman's) phone, as well as her key which broke and fell in the floorboard of the vehicle.
When he came back to her vehicle, she stated that he was mad because it was not running and told her to start the car. When she stated he had the keys, he became enraged and started hitting the vehicle with a metal stool, breaking the front windshield on both sides.
This is not the first time Clements has been arrested for allegedly kidnapping a woman.
The Barton County Sheriff's Office arrested him in November, after a 46-year-old woman told investigators Clements tied her up with nylon rope and duct tape and placed her in a wooden box at her home off A Highway.
That case does not show on Barton County Circuit Court online records.
At the time of the most recent alleged kidnapping, Clements was free on bond for auto theft and felony possession of a controlled substance in Barton County for felony burglary in Jasper County.
Clements' bond has been set at $100,000.