The profile included the 25-year-old victim’s name as well as photos of the woman.
“The fake profile contained a request for an individual to come over and rape the victim, stating that she liked to ‘role play,’” according to the complaint.
- A man had sex with a woman he had met on the dating site Plenty of Fish, then returned to her home, held the occupants at gunpoint and stole several gaming consoles, according to the Marion County Sheriff's Office.
The victim said she had sex with Kareem Mutcherson, 23, then around 1 a.m.
He then forced her to unplug a white Xbox from the living room, according to the report.
The victim started yelling so the other occupants in the home could help her. She said the woman who Mutcherson had been romantically involved with dated her brother for seven years and they have a child together. A man who lives in the home confronted Mutcherson, hoping he would leave, but instead he pistol-whipped the 68-year-old man, deputies said.
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NOVEMBER 30--A Florida woman is jailed on a felony charge after she placed a fake online dating ad in the name of another woman who purportedly sought men to come to her house and rape her as part of a “role play” activity, police report.
Frances Lee Tapscott, 39, was arrested Saturday afternoon for aggravated stalking, according to a criminal complaint.
was observed at background to very low concentrations in four samples collected from Pinellas County and background concentrations in one sample collected from Franklin County.
Additional samples collected statewide did not contain .