Juvenile Held for Raping 3-year-old Girl in Namakkal

Published: 04th October 2014 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th October 2014 06:01 AM   |  A+A-

NAMAKKAL /COIMBATORE/VELLORE: A 19-year-old youth was arrested for allegedly raping the three-year-old daughter of his colleague, at Mohanur near here on Thursday.

Police said S Prasad (19), a resident of Neikaranpatti, had befriended the victim’s father at a construction site in Mohanur. Over the months, Prasad became a frequent visitor to the victim’s house.

On Wednesday, Prasad came across the victim and her father at the Mohanur junction. As the girl’s father had some pressing work, he handed over the child to Prasad, asking him to escort her home. Prasad took the girl to an isolated spot and allegedly raped her. Later, he took the child to her house and handed her over to her mother, police said.

Shortly after, the child complained of pain in her abdomen. When her mother checked, she found the girl bleeding. The child was rushed to a nearby hospital, where the doctors confirmed that the girl had been sexually assaulted. Based on a complaint by the girl’s parents, the Mohanur police registered a case and nabbed Prasad on Thursday. During interrogations, Prasad confessed to the crime.

Dad Rapes Woman

In Coimbatore, a 48-year-old man was arrested for allegedly raping his 20-year-old daughter when she declined to accede to his demand that she discontinue her relationship with her boyfriend, in Pallapalayam near Sulur on Wednesday.

Based on a complaint, the man was nabbed.

5-yr-old Molested

A college student in Vellore was arrested on Thursday for molesting a five-year-old girl at the Sri Lankan refugee camp in Chinnapallikuppam in Ambur.

S Britten (18) was arrested after the victim complained to her mother. Dayanidhi enquired with her daughter further who revealed the incident which had occurred on 1 October. Both families are residents of the camp. The accused was arrested.


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