According to police, statutory rape charges may be pending.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, December 17, 2012
Allegations made by a 14-year-old Dacula High School student regarding an alleged rape on Dec. 4 have been ruled "unfounded," but the investigation is ongoing according to Gwinnett County Police public information officer Cpl. Ed Ritter. "The rape allegation has been [determined to be] unfounded," Ritter wrote in an email to Dacula Patch. "Charges may be pending for misdemeanor statutory rape. The investigation is not closed yet and is still being investigated." The teen told police a male student at the school had raped her behind Dacula Family Sports. The teen said she fought her attacker, but was raped before she could escape. Click here to read the original report. You might also be interested in reading:
The 14-year-old female said the incident occurred behind Dacula Family Sports.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Gwinnett County Police are investigating a report of a rape that allegedly took place behind Dacula Family Sports on Dec. 4. A 14-year-old Dacula High School student was reportedly raped by a fellow student who the teen identified as a senior at the school. According to the teen, the male approached her at the football field after school and inquired about a mutual acquaintance. The two then crossed the street to Dacula Family Sports and walked to the rear of the building. At that point, the male allegedly pushed the female up against the wall and forcibly removed her pants. The teen told police the male then forced her to the ground. "The victim advised she attempted to fight the suspect off of her by punching him in the face and throat, …