Alaskan Man Rapes Woman At Police Station, His Reason Will Leave You Stunned
A man was arrested in connection to raping a woman inside of a police station.
How exactly this was even able to take place is still being investigated, but the even was caught on security camera.
According to Fox News,
An Alaskan man is behind bars after he was caught on surveillance camera raping an unconscious woman inside a local police station because he thought it would “be adventurous.”
Devan Thomas Gage, 25, was arrested Monday at the Fairbank Police Department station after an emergency dispatcher alerted officers that security cameras had caught the assault inside the station’s vestibule, authorities said.
Gage, after he was pulled off the unconscious woman by officers, told police that he thought it would be “adventurous” to rape an incapacitated woman at the police station. He said he acted “really just out of boredom,” the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported Tuesday, citing court documents.
He was bored?
Do you know what I used to do when I got bored at the age of 25? I would watch TV, read a book, go play sports. Never did I get the inclination to rape someone.
U.S. News reported,
The video footage shows Gage and the woman entering the vestibule around 4 a.m. and appearing to fall asleep on a bench before Gage got up and forced himself on the woman while she was unconscious, authorities said.
The woman fell to the floor after an officer pulled Gage off of her and slowly regained consciousness. The woman appeared confused and became emotional, telling an officer she never consented to have sex with Gage, the complaint said.
Gage said he was sober, did not have any mental or medical problems and had been with the woman all night, according to police, who found an empty bottle of vodka in his pocket.
Alaska law prohibits operation of a motor vehicle by anyone with a blood alcohol concentration of .08% or more. A breath test showed the woman registered 0.3%. Gage registered 0%, police said.
Gage is represented by the public defender’s agency, which did not immediately return a call from The Associated Press seeking comment.
The woman was taken to a nearby hospital and was treated.