Police: Driver in Roosevelt crash held girlfriend against will

According to police, Tyler Gunter slammed his Hummer into a gas station on Nassau Road. Police say before yesterday's crash, Gunter drove his girlfriend to

According to police, Tyler Gunter slammed his Hummer into a gas station on Nassau Road.

According to police, Tyler Gunter slammed his Hummer into a gas station on Nassau Road. (8/12/15)

ROOSEVELT - Police say the man who crashed into a Roosevelt gas station also held his girlfriend against her will. 

According to police, Tyler Gunter slammed his Hummer into a gas station on Nassau Road. 

Police say before yesterday's crash, Gunter drove his girlfriend to his home and held her there after a fight. 

The girlfriend was able to escape and get home, according to police. While she was talking to police, Gunter crashed into the gas station. 

The 23-year-old is in the hospital this morning with serious head trauma.

Gunter faces charges of unlawful imprisonment. 

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