Darrell Peter Boulby of Phoenix Arizona – broke my heart! – Scottsdale police say the founder of a matchmaking agency urinated on a woman during an alleged domestic violence incident that occurred earlier this week, court records show. Authorities arrested Darrell Peter Boulby on suspicion of felony kidnapping and aggravated assault after they said he repeatedly attacked the woman and held her captive for about an hour. Boulby, 47, was being held Friday in a Maricopa County jail on a $60,000 bond. Boulbys company, My Top Matchmaker, is an azcentral.com advertiser. The company, which ensures customer safety by having all clients pass a background check, drug screen and medical history review, has locations in Virginia, Florida and recently opened one in Scottsdale, according to a story posted on azcentral.com. Court records show the woman called police at about 12:30 a.m. Thursday from a home near Pima Road and McDonald Drive. When officers arrived, they discovered the womans mouth was bleeding, investigators wrote in a probable cause statement. She also had bruising above her eye and on her ear, nose, arms and back, records show. Police said the incident started because Boulby was angry with the woman because she had recently refused his sexual advances. Late Wednesday night, Boulby told the woman that hed called two other women to satisfy his sexual needs and she was no longer needed, records show. An argument ensued and the woman told police she threw Boulbys cell phone into the pool, records show. Scottsdale police said Boulby told the woman that if she would not perform sexually, he would urinate on her. The woman threatened to call police, but authorities said Boulby urinated on her head and shirt. The woman fought back, but police said Boulby knocked her down, got on top of her, dug into her eye with his finger and struck her several times in the head, records show. When the woman screamed for help, authorities said Boulby blocked her airway by shoving his fingers into her mouth and throat. Court documents show the woman bit Boulbys fingers and he then pushed her face into the ground. She reportedly told police she pretended to pass out and almost escaped the home before Boulby grabbed her and held her prisoner in a bedroom. Police said the woman eventually convinced Boulby to let her use the bathroom and she again tried to escape. Boulby reportedly caught up with her and shoved his fingers in her mouth. She bit him, and Boulby covered her nose and mouth with his hand, records show. Police said the woman struggled with Boulby until he let her go and she fled to a neighbors. Boulby reportedly fled the home, but was detained when he returned. Investigators said Boulby, who appeared to have bite marks on his fingers, declined to answer questions and requested a lawyer.