A safe approach is to check yes and put an asterik next to the answer and write a note about situation on the form or on a separate sheet of paper.
You need to disclose your having been apprehended by USCIS or legacy INS and having being detained for 2 weeks prior to being released on bond. Read the instructions of that Section on Form N-400. I would answer "yes" then explain during the interview. USCIS will be aware of the whole episode anyway, and it won't harm your N-400 application, thus be truthful and disclose.
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The answer would be yes, followed by an explanation.
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Disclose it. I would provide an explanation as some of my colleagues have suggested on a separate page to explain the situation.
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