Richmond High gang-rape suspect Salvador Rodriguez released

By Carlin DeGuerin Miller
NEW YORK (CBS/AP) Even as Richmond, Calif., police interrogated a sixth suspect in the October 24th gang rape of a 15-year-old girl outside a homecoming dance, prosecutors let one go.

Contra Costa prosecutors declined to file charges against 21-year-old Salvador Rodriguez, who had been arrested previously, citing insufficient evidence. Rodriguez was released from County Jail, in Martinez, Calif., on Friday.

Authorities say as many as 10 young men raped and beat a 15-year-old girl over two hours in a courtyard on campus while as many as two dozen others watched and took photos with cell phones.

Richmond police Lt. Mark Gagan told The Mercury News , that while there didn’t appear to be enough evidence to charge Rodriguez at this time, the investigation was still ongoing, “the forensic evidence is still being examined.” Full story.


One Response

  1. I really fill sorry for the victim and I pray for her quick recovery. For the offenders, I pray that they learn from their animalcity behaviour. Honestly, what is this world coming to, God gave sex for married people to enjoy and these youngster of nowadays in turn have become abusive all because the of drugs they consume and adult movies they watch. Let the law take its course on the offenders they deserve whatever punishment they will given.

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