It’s one thing to get raped, then another to get raped by two partially retarded looking men who also look like they should be batting for the other team.
Every day is a learning day, but you do not want to learn from the the three men in this story.
Clermont, Florida – Police are searching for two suspects, in connection with a rape during the early morning hours of June 22.
The two men are accused of kidnapping and sexually battering a woman last week to “teach her a lesson” about dating black men, according to a police report.
According to the police report, the victim said she was “just hanging out with friends” at a home in the 1000 block of Disston Avenue when a friend, Rodney “Coop” Cooper, pushed her inside the home and into a bedroom.
That’s when Cooper locked the bedroom door and stood guard, according to Clermont Police spokesman Sgt. Shane Strickland.
Justin Akeen Fedrick, 27, and Keon Dellshai Gordon, 26, are accused of then raping the woman. The woman said she “attempted to fight them, but they were too strong.”
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According to the report, the men told her, “We’re going to teach you a lesson about dating a black man and white [women] don’t mean [expletive] in this town.”
When they were finished, the men told the victim they would “make it ten times worse next time” if she went to the police, according to the report.
The victim then ran from the home, cutting through backyards “because she was afraid they would come after her,” according to the police report.
Her boyfriend then called police after receiving a text from the victim shortly before 3 a.m. stating she was “bleeding and limping somewhere in the neighborhood,” according to the report. He called a second time after having heard from the woman again, and deputies found her in the 900 block of Disston Avenue.
Police arrested Cooper, 32, of Clermont, the following day on a charge of kidnapping. He was booked into the Lake County Jail on a $50,000 bond, according to the report.
Police have issued warrants for the arrests of Fedrick and Gordon, Strickland said. Both are considered armed and dangerous, and have histories of violence.