02-24-2010, 01:45 PM #1
FL - Four teens robbed, forced into sex by two men in Delray Beach
I read this & got nauseous....those poor kids are lucky to be alive...I hope the POS ****s are locked away forever, because if they're not, I fear their worse crimes are yet to be perpetrated.
DELRAY BEACH - A 20-year-old Delray Beach man was arrested Tuesday on accusations that he forced four teens to perform sex acts on one another at gunpoint, firing his weapon when they did not obey.
"The brutal nature of this crime, the disgusting nature of this crime has all of us shaking our heads," Delray Beach police spokesman Jeff Messer said Tuesday.
According to police:
Francisco Henry pushed his way into a card game the youths were having in an abandoned, foreclosed home about 2:30 p.m. Thursday in the 2500 block of Angler Drive before pulling out a gun and telling the teens to empty out their pockets. They didn't listen.
He fired a shot into the wall.
"You think I'm playing?" he asked.
The victims 17, 16 and two younger than 16 emptied their pockets of posessions, including a BlackBerry, jewelry and hundreds of dollars. Henry then forced the girl in the group to take off her pants. He performed a sex act on her and ordered one of the boys perform a sex act on her.
He made the boys perform acts on each other.
"I should kill you for being gay," Henry shouted.
The attack lasted for an hour, police said.
Henry was not alone, police said, and his accomplice is on the loose. Police say the two worked together molesting the teens but did not say who did what.
DELRAY BEACH, Fla. -- Two men reportedly sexually assaulted and robbed four teenagers in a vacant Delray Beach home.
Police say they arrested one of the suspects, 20-year-old Francisco Henry, on Tuesday morning.
Police say the teens were playing cards in the foreclosed home Thursday afternoon when Henry and another man arrived, threatened them with a gun and told them to take off their clothes. Police say Henry sexually assaulted a girl and then forced two boys to perform sex acts on each other.
A third man eventually arrived and convinced Henry and the other man to leave. He told the teens to get dressed and get away quickly.
Police are trying to locate the second attacker.
02-24-2010, 02:15 PM #2
OMG. Who was the third guy? He needs to give up the dude on the run...email me
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02-24-2010, 02:20 PM #3Former Member
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sick and twisted
02-24-2010, 06:26 PM #4
Delray Beach police arrest second suspect in teenage sex abuse case
Delray Beach - Police arrested the second suspect in a sexual battery case where four teenagers were forced into sex acts at gunpoint in an abandoned Delray Beach home.
Spencer Britt, 17, was arrested Wednesday, a day after his co-defendant, Francisco Henry, 20, was charged. The two are neighbors in the 500 block of Coral Way, around the corner from where the gruesome crime took place.
The two are charged with armed robbery, kidnapping, sexual battery, promoting the sexual activity of a victim under 16, aggravated assault, and armed burglary. Henry is also charged with witness tampering.
"If you call police, I know where you stay," Henry told the victims during the crime. "I'll kill you and your family!"
Henry and Britt held the guns to the victims' heads and fired within six inches of them. Several bullet holes were left in the kitchen cabinets when police canvassed the scene, after being called hours later.
02-24-2010, 06:57 PM #5Registered User
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Oh, those poor kids. You are right, TM, I'm relieved they got out with their lives. We'll take care of the trauma later but right now let's just be thankful they lived.
I've been reading about the growing problem of kids hanging out in foreclosed or abandoned houses--often very high end houses. It's frightening as it gives them an enclosed environment to get into a lot of trouble. Very scary. Mix in alcohol, drugs, guns, and date rape drugs and you get disaster.
I always suggest parents be the "drop in" kind. Find out where your kid is going and drop in the say hi or to leave a snack. Amazing how cell phones have opened up that avenue for us. Kids will act mortified but they're actually (most of them, anyway) very pleased that parents are keeping an eye out. Most don't like the feeling of things getting out of hand.
This got out of hand.
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