Couple on Honeymoon Allegedly Kidnap and Rape Woman: Police
They were arrested by police a day after the alleged rape.
A Georgia couple on their honeymoon allegedly kidnapped and raped a woman in a vicious attack, police say.
Miami-Dade police said the 27-year-old victim, whom police have not identified, was grocery shopping at a local Publix on Sunday when the attack happened.
The victim was reversing out of her parking space when police said Rashada Horsley, 32, crossed in front of the victim’s car on the driver side.
When the victim rolled down her window, Horsley allegedly struck her in the head and knocked her out.
The victim told police that when she woke up, Horsley was in the driver’s seat and her husband, 37-year-old Timothy Lowe, was also in the vehicle.
Horsley allegedly began choking the victim, according to police, and Lowe punched her in the face.
The couple, who were just married, then allegedly rented a hotel room at a Motel 6 using the victim’s credit card and proceeded to violently rape the woman, reports said.
Eventually the victim was able to escape, according to reports.
The suspects were arrested a day later on unrelated charges for public nudity after they allegedly walked into Walgreens without clothes on, according to CBS News.
Police then connected them to the alleged rape, reports said.
"Hell of a honeymoon," Miami-Dade County Judge Victoria Sigler told WSB-TV.
Horsley and Lowe now face charges of kidnapping, carjacking, grand theft and sexual battery.
They are reportedly being held without bond.
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