A Kalamazoo woman says her boyfriend beat her up and held her hostage for three days. Now, he's on the run and police are trying to track him down. The family came to Newschannel 3, looking to bring the attacker to justice. Originally, Newschannel 3 heard that the victim was held hostage in a basement, but she clarified that she was held in a bedroom. Either way, the story she tells is terrifying. With strangle marks on her neck, a busted lip, and burst blood vessels in her eyes, Almetta Whitley told Newschannel 3 that her former boyfriend, Setarvine Rumph, attacked her and held her hostage, and it's not the first time he's acted out violently. He hit me so hard, basically I almost started going unconscious, said Whitley. http://www.wwmt.com/articles/margin-1372292-bottom-three.html I am a friend of a friend of Almetta, who asked me kindly to post this. Her case got more coverage today, and there will be video of her injuries as soon as the news channel posts. Please help us find Setarvine before he does this to someone else. He needs to be in jail tonight.