She said Barrineau became violent and repeatedly assaulted her and threatened her with a knife and held her against her will.
She said Barrineau had stolen several long guns and a vehicle from her father, whose home is in Carroll County.
Wednesday, Barrineau forced her to drive him in an attempt to pawn the stolen guns. She refused to follow through and he assaulted her again in the car, threatening her with a loaded gun, before she was able to escape from the vehicle.
Troopers learned he may have headed to North Carolina.
North Carolina troopers located the stolen Ford Taurus being driven by Barrineau on I-40 off of I-95 Wednesday night. He was stopped and arrested.
Troopers located the stolen firearms in the car, also.
Troopers also learned there were five open warrants in North Carolina for Barrineau.
Maryland State Police are in the process of extraditing Barrineau from North Carolina authorities.