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Alleged rape victim charged with making up story

Charged: Jacqulyn Harrison (Courtesy Oxford Township Police) Charged: Jacqulyn Harrison (Courtesy Oxford Township Police)

Posted by Amber Jenkins- email

UPDATE: Friday March 20

OXFORD TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19)-- An alleged victim is charged for making a false report to police after she reported she was kidnapped, sexually assaulted, and robbed.

On March 18, the Oxford Township Police responded to a report of a kidnapping, rape and aggravated robbery in College Corner. A 23-year-old Jacqulyn Harrison told police that a man in a car pointed a gun at her and forced her into his vehicle. The victim also told police that she was taken to an unknown location and was sexually assaulted, then robbed.

After a thorough in investigation , Harrison admitted to the police that she made the story up.

She has been charged with making false alarms and could get 6 months in jail.

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OXFORD TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19)-- Police are asking for help in locating a man the say kidnapped, raped and robbed a woman Tuesday evening.

Police say at 12:30am, a 23-year-old woman was walking along US 27 near College Corner when a man in his 20's pulled up beside here with a gun and ordered her into his vehicle.

The suspect the drove the victim to an unknown location and assaulted her. After the suspect took her money, he dropped her off back at the location she was taken from.

Police say the suspect is described as a light skinned black male with his hair in corn rows. He was wearing black blue jeans, a whit shirt, and white tennis shoes. He was driving a dark, older model Cadillac type vehicle with gray leather seats and rust around the fenders and no hub caps or a front licence plate.

Anyone with information is asked to call Oxford Township Police at 513-523-7131 or Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040.

 

 

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