2 NYPD Detectives allegedly Raped a Girl and Investigation Initiated
The New York Daily News reported that 2 investigations have been initiated after claims by a Brooklyn resident 18-years old teen. One investigation launched by the Internal Affairs Bureau of New York Police Department and other by the office of the Brooklyn district attorney. She claimed that 2 NYPD detectives took her into custody on the drug charge and then raped her. The newspaper has indicated that both officers have been stripped of their guns and badges, but no arrests have been made. Her attorney, Michael David informed a reporter of New York CBS that she was emotionally disabled because the girl was raped in handcuffs by the plain-clothes detectives inside a police van and the rape incident has allegedly happened on 15th September. The CBS reported that both officers bearded the girl in a car with 2 friends at a Brooklyn Park.
The attorney of the girl said that both detectives told the friends to leave and focused on the teen. The New York Times said that both detectives made her lift her shirt when the car holder started searching for drugs. David further indicated that girl told them what they needed to make sure there was nothing under her shirt. She did as they requested and she didn’t hide anything. She was then allegedly taken away for at least 45 minutes and forced entire time by Brooklyn South Narcotics Detectives, Richard Hall, and Edward Martins. The detectives then allegedly drove her to a Chipotle parking lot a couple of blocks away from the 60th Precinct office and forced her to perform a sex act with both officers and one of them raped her. But, the accused said to their colleagues that the sex was two-sided.