Boone County prosecutors charged a 26-year-old with multiple felonies in a domestic violence incident that led to a four-hour standoff with police Friday in northwest Columbia.

Court records show Timothy David Rottet was charged Friday with second-degree kidnapping, third-degree domestic assault, armed criminal action, possession of methamphetamine, all felonies, and one count of obstructing government operations, a misdemeanor.

Rottet is held at the Boone County Jail without the possibility of bond due to an active parole warrant on a prior conviction for domestic assault. It’s not clear if he has an attorney.

Columbia police officer Rick Mabe Jr. wrote in a probable cause statement filed in the case that the victim returned home early Friday and found Rottet breaking things with a hammer. She tried to pack some things and leave, but he allegedly grabbed her by the hair and slammed her against the wall several times.

Rottet then grabbed a knife, held it to the victim’s throat and said if she left he would kill her then kill himself, according to the affidavit. He allegedly took the victim downstairs and told her to stay on the couch, telling her he was not going back to prison, and took her cellphone and smashed it with a hammer.

When officers arrived about 8 a.m. at the residence located on Zinnia Drive, the victim was still on the couch too scared to move or speak, Mabe wrote in the affidavit, which noted the residence appeared in shambles with broken property everywhere. The victim, who police at the scene said had superficial injuries, then motioned to officers that Rottet was upstairs.

After Rottet refused to surrender to authorities, Columbia Police SWAT and crisis negotiation teams were called to the scene. Negotiators were able to secure his surrender about noon without incident.

Rottet was wanted for absconding parole at the time of his arrest Friday. He pleaded guilty in June 2016 to felony domestic assault and misdemeanor child endangerment and received a suspended sentence of three years in prison and five years probation.

In that incident, which took place in Camden County, prosecutors wrote in charging documents that Rottet choked a woman he was in a relationship with, threw her on a bed, hit her with his elbow and pushed her head into a wall while she was holding a child.

His probation was revoked in that case in January 2018 and he was ordered to complete the original three-year sentence. He was apparently granted an early release, as court records show a domestic violence supervision agreement was filed in the case in November 2018.

Rottet was expected to appear via video conference for arraignment 1:30 p.m. Monday with Associate Circuit Judge Tracy Gonzalez presiding.