Officer Threatens to Murder Girl, Rapes Her at Gunpoint, When He’s Finished He Robs Her

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HARTFORD — Officer Kelvin Grisales is facing additional charges after being charged for the rape of multiple women in Hartford, Connecticut.

Officer Grisales was originally brought in for the sexual assault of one woman, but about a month after he was brought in, investigators also charged him with a violent assault on a prostitute.

It was his DNA traces that constitute sufficient evidence to now suspect him of being involved in three additional cases, reports say.

In one of those cases, Officer Grisales is said to have “offered a ride” to a young woman; but he didn’t drive her to her home safely as one would expect an officer to do.

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Instead, he pulled out his gun and threatened to murder her on the spot, then proceeded to sexually assault her. After he was finished sexually assaulting her, he robbed her.

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In another case, a 42-yr-old  woman in the report states that Officer Grisales clenched his fist and punched her in her face.

He then took out his gun and used it to strike her, pistol whipping her.

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After that, he began raping her in an isolated stairwell of a parking garage.

In all, Officer Grisales is facing charges of first-degree sexual assault, first-degree kidnapping with a firearm, first-degree robbery, second-degree threatening, and sixth-degree larceny.

He is scheduled to appear in court on December 11th.

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