Current 160 Charges in Gang Rape of Two Teenaged Girls - QLD

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Police commissioner Katarina Carroll says more charges to come after two teens allegedly raped by group of men.

Queensland's top cop has labelled an alleged gang rape of two teenage girls in south Brisbane as "absolutely sickening" and expects more charges will be laid.

Already, detectives have charged four men, aged between 19 and 22, with more than 160 offences following the alleged rape of two 15-year-old girls at Calamvale on December 28 last year.

Police said the men repeatedly sexually assaulted the girls after meeting them in a Calamvale park.

Police Commissioner Katarina Carroll said she could not go into further detail as the matters were now before the courts, but said the investigations were ongoing.

"This is an absolutely sickening, sickening incident and something those young girls will have to live with for the rest of their lives," she said.



 

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Underage kids on Snapchat.

The court heard the man knew one of the girls from the social media application Snapchat, and had convinced her to meet with them that day.

Police will allege two 15-year-old girls were picked up from the Woodridge train station before meeting a group of 10 men at a park in Calamvale on December 28 — where they were given alcohol and drugs — before they were repeatedly sexually assaulted.

They were each charged with 40 offences, including 16 counts of rape, nine counts of assault with intent to commit rape, nine counts of indecent treatment of a child — two of which allege indecent photographs were taken — and two counts of stupefying in order to commit indictable offence.

During the alleged attack, the court was told one of the other alleged offenders violently threatened the teenagers with a broken bottle.

 

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Underage kids on Snapchat.

The court heard the man knew one of the girls from the social media application Snapchat, and had convinced her to meet with them that day.

Police will allege two 15-year-old girls were picked up from the Woodridge train station before meeting a group of 10 men at a park in Calamvale on December 28 — where they were given alcohol and drugs — before they were repeatedly sexually assaulted.

They were each charged with 40 offences, including 16 counts of rape, nine counts of assault with intent to commit rape, nine counts of indecent treatment of a child — two of which allege indecent photographs were taken — and two counts of stupefying in order to commit indictable offence.

During the alleged attack, the court was told one of the other alleged offenders violently threatened the teenagers with a broken bottle.

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