14-Year-Old Arrested for Alleged Home Invasion and Rape, Teen Accomplice at Large
14-year-old accused in disturbing rape, home invasion on Long Island
Suffolk County Police Department Press Release
Suffolk County Police Commissioner Rodney K. Harrison joined Suffolk County District Attorney Raymond A. Tierney to announce the unsealing of the indictment of a 14-year-old who raped and assaulted a 23-year-old Mastic Beach woman while her 4-year-old daughter was in the home last month.
The defendant and an accomplice, who has not yet been arrested, entered the woman’s residence on April 19 while the woman and her child were upstairs in a locked bedroom. The 14-year-old raped the woman and stabbed her in the face and chest. The two fled the home after stealing property. The woman was treated at Long Island Community Hospital.
Two days after the burglary, the 14-year-old was arrested and admitted to committing the burglary but not the rape. Police obtained the suspect’s DNA which matched samples taken from the victim and the case was presented to a grand jury.
The defendant was charged with Rape 1st Degree, Criminal Sexual Act 1st Degree, two counts of Assault 1st Degree, two counts of Burglary 1st Degree, Sexual Abuse 1st Degree, Strangulation 2nd Degree and Endangering the Welfare of a Child. He faces a maximum of 5 to 10 years in prison.
Detectives are continuing to investigate the burglary to apprehend the second suspect.
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