Saturday, 27 October 2018

18-Year Old Man Drugs 14-Year-Old Girl and Defiles her while Sleeping

The police in Lagos have arrested an 18-year-old barber, Baker Ismail, for allegedly defiling his neighbor's Daughter.

Ismail had reportedly lured the girl, Bidemi (pseudonym), his parents' residence on Banjo Street, Owutu in the Ikorodu area of ​​the state on Saturday, October 13, around 4pm.

While the victim was seated, Ismail allegedly offered her a soft drink laced with a sedative. She was said to have slept off minutes after taking the drink.

Saturday Punch learns that the suspect had s-x with Bidemi, who reportedly woke up to find bloodstains on her pants.

The incident was reported at the Gender Section of the Lagos State Police Command Headquarters in Ikeja.

The victim told the police that she was running an errand for her aunt when Ismail, who lives in the next compound, approached her and demanded to have a talk with her.

She said she went back to him after delivering the message her aunt sent here.

"While I was in his apartment, he offered me a soft drink that I drank. As we were talking, I did not know when I was leaving. When I woke up, I saw bloodstains on my clothes. clothes.

"I was crying because I knew my aunt would punish me if she knew I had been raped."

But, the mocked accused the ban, and did not give Bidemi any drink that day.

"I was not at home throughout that day." He added: "I was not hungry, but he was locked up before he left.

A punch correspondent learns that the victim was taken to Mirabel Center in Ikeja, where a test conducted on her reportedly revealed that there was a laceration in her private parts.

Ismail was consequently brought before an Ikeja Magistrate's Court by a police prosecutor, Inspector Benson Emuehi, on one count of defilement.

The charge read, "That you, Baker Ismail, on October 13, 2018, at 1600hrs, on Banjo Street, Owutu, Ikorodu, Lagos, in the Lagos Magisterial District, did illegally defile a 14-year-old girl, thereby committing an offense punishable under Section 137 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015. "

The presiding magistrate, Mrs. O. Sule-Hamzat, did not take the plea of ​​the defendant.

She claimed that he was remanded in prison custody and the case was sent to the office for public prosecutions for legal advice.

The case was suspended until December 20, 2018.

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