Oklahoma City police: Three teens arrested for rape

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OKLAHOMA CITY -  Four teenagers are accused of raping a 15-year-old girl, according to Oklahoma City police reports.

The accusations came after officials at Westmoore High School contacted the alleged victim's mother to talk to her about what they were told.

"When I watched at noon, bells went off and I said oh no!" Michael Dowling, a Westmoore High grandparent said.

"Things happen, we don't know the situation, but it's sad," Dowling said.

A 15-year-old girl allegedly raped at the hands of four 18-year-olds.

"A woman walked into one of our police stations, the Santa Fe station to report her daughter had been raped by four men," Msgt. Gary Knight with OKCPD says.

That was when police first found out about these Westmoore high school students.

"She got in the car with one of them, they went to a residence but on the way stopped and picked up three others," Knight says.

According to the police report, they went to a house. The victim and one of the suspects "went upstairs to a bedroom where they began 'making out.'"

"She was in a position where she had sex with one of them , then three more came into the room, and at that point she was raped by everyone in the room," Knight said.

The victim's mother says although her daughter "was not forced and did not tell the suspects to stop.... She knew she was in a bad situation and didn't know how to get out of it."

"She's a 15-year-old child so obviously she's in a position where she cannot give consent, these are adult men," Knight said.

The students are innocent until proven guilty, but this grandpa says listen up.

"Treat women how you would your mother, and grow up," Dowling said.

School officials say the girl went to a house at an unknown address after school with the four boys.

Three of the suspects have been booked into the Oklahoma County Jail and charged with rape in the second-degree. A fourth suspect has not been located.

"We are proud of the students who came forward with the information regarding their classmate's well-being and are equally as proud of our administrators for taking care of the incident in such a timely manner to make sure the victim was kept safe," a statement from the Moore Public School District read.

 

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