TULSA — A Tulsa man accused of keeping a woman locked up his home for two months and sexually assaulting her has been sentenced to six life prison sentences.
Victor Hursh will serve two life without parole prison sentences, and he also received four additional life sentences, along with two 25-year sentences, one 40-year sentence and one 10-year sentence.
Hursh’s victim told police he held her captive for two months inside his home on North Columbia Avenue.
Court records show the victim told police she was sexually assaulted, beaten and drugged while being trapped inside Hursh’s home.
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