18-year old Chriteris Allen of Jackson, Tennessee was arrested by the Jackson Police Department on December 6, 2017 on charges from that area. He was later charged with aggravated rape and aggravated robbery in Rutherford County for the crime against an 85 year old Murfreesboro woman.
According to the official police report, the 85-year old victim told officers that a black male entered her garage armed with a silver handgun. The man attacked the elderly woman as she was cleaning her car windows. Evidently, the garage door was open when the man entered.
The accused assailant first ordered the woman to perform oral sex on him. He then raped the woman both in the front and the back. Afterwards, the man took the time to clean evidence he left behind off the garage floor. The victim said that the man cleaned the floor with water and vinegar.
Prior to leaving, the senior citizen was robbed of her cell phone and cash that she had at her home. When the bruised and battered victim told the man that her husband works for a federal law enforcement agency, the subject took off running.
Again, 18-year old Chriteris Allen of Jackson, Tennessee has been arrested for the alleged rape and robbery in Murfreesboro.
A MISSING teenage girl who was found in the basement of a Massachusetts home told police she was held against her will, raped several times, had her hair shaved off and burned with a cigarette, a US court has heard.
Auburn police officer George Vranos said the 16-year-old, believed to be a runaway, was found on December 27 inside a room that he described as a "torture chamber".
He said she was crying when they discovered her.
"She was looking at the floor whimpering," Vranos testified during a hearing at Worcester Central District Court, according to Fox News.
And after seeing a bag of hair near her, police asked her to remove a knit hat she was wearing, and saw her head had been shaved.
"Her hair was in a Christmas bag," said Auburn Detective Eric Dyson, reported the Boston Herald
Around the teen, officers also found cigarettes, duct tape with hair, an iron and a pot of water.
Krystal Lugo, 23, of Webster, is charged with kidnapping, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery and larceny under $250; Christopher Lugo, 19, is charged with kidnapping, rape and drugging to confine; Yariel Torres-Abee, 22, of Southbridge, is charged with kidnapping and assault and battery; and Yulent Ortiz, 19, of Auburn, is charged with kidnapping.
According to prosecutors, the teenager was picked up in nearby Leominster on Christmas Day and taken to Auburn by Krystal Lugo and Ortiz, where she stayed for two days.
The teenager told police she was given a marijuana cigarette laced with the tranquilliser Xanax and was then sexually assaulted several times by different people. Police said they found several used condoms in various areas of the house.
However, it seems that an alleged home invasion the morning of December 27 is what triggered the four to hold the teenager in the "torture chamber", prosecutors said.
Two armed men rushed into the Auburn home at around 6am that morning, demanding marijuana, pistol whipping Christopher Lugo and firing two shots into the ceiling, police said.
Krystal Lugo, the mother of an 18-month-old child, accused the victim of working with the two men. She took the victim outside without shoes on to fight with her; it only ended after Christopher Lugo warned that neighbours were watching.
She "turned on the victim, blaming her for setting them up, for orchestrating the home invasion," District Attorney Tara Nechev said, according to The Boston Herald.
It was then that she was taken to the basement and tied to a chair with duct tape. The assailants placed a machete at her throat while she was interrogated about the people involved in the home invasion.
The home invasion is still under investigation.
Krystal Lugo, who shook her head in denial as prosecutors discussed the allegations during hearing, has a long history with police. Officers had been called to the Auburn location 144 times since 2003, prosecutors said.
She was held without bail, despite her lawyer arguing she was not a danger. She's set to return to court on January 31.
16-Year-Old Girl Was Sexually Assaulted in a 'Torture Chamber,' Police Say ASSOCIATED PRESS January 5, 2018