Three Maryland teens and a boy of age 12 were charged for raping a woman, 19, after she got off a bus in Baltimore, authorities have confirmed.
Baltimore police told media on Saturday, February 16, that Nile Campbell, Wilmer Ramos, and Philip Worrell, who all are 14 years old, were arrested following the sexual misconduct occurred on February 6.
They were charged as an adult with first-degree and second-degree rape on Thursday, February 14.
On the other hand, the 12-year-old boy, who was at the scene when the rape took place, was charged as a juvenile with first-degree rape and third-degree and fourth-degree sex offense, in addition to perverted practice, conspiracy kidnapping, conspiracy robbery, and a handgun on person.
The woman, whose name and identification hasn't been disclosed, got off the bus and was walking at around 10 p.m. on February 6 when the teens and the boy approached her, pointed gun and raped her forcing into a backyard.
As per the report, the three teens were raping her when neighbors came out of their home after hearing noises.
All the suspects fled the scene but were caught later after school police recognized two of the attackers. The two arrested boys led the police to the two other suspects.
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