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$400k bond for suspect in Westwood rape, attack

Police were dispatched to the the 3200 block of Brater Ave., near Anderson Ferry Road, for the aggravated burglary before 11 a.m. (Photo: FOX19 NOW/Mike Woeste) Police were dispatched to the the 3200 block of Brater Ave., near Anderson Ferry Road, for the aggravated burglary before 11 a.m. (Photo: FOX19 NOW/Mike Woeste)
Colliens Bullucks (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office) Colliens Bullucks (Provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)
WESTWOOD, OH (FOX19) -

Bond was set at $400,000 Friday for the suspect charged in a rape and attack during a residential burglary Thursday.

Colliens Bullucks pleaded not guilty during a brief court appearance on two counts of felonious assault and one count each of rape and aggravated burglary.

He was taken into custody shortly Thursday after Cincinnati police responded to the Brater Avenue home near Anderson Ferry Road about 10:15 a.m., a police spokesman has said.

A mother at the home was stabbed in the back, according to Lt. Steve Saunders.

The suspect was cut in the neck and was apprehended nearby, he said.

Medics also removed a juvenile to be evaluated. 

Police said Thursday they were looking into the relationship of the three people involved. 

Court records related to Bullucks' arrest shed a little more light on what allegedly occurred:

Officers wrote in criminal complaints that Bullucks forced his way into the home and inflicted physical harm during a struggle on an adult female and a 15-year-old female. The two victims suffered visible injuries that required medical attention. The home also showed signs of a struggle.

Bullucks is charged with rape for allegedly engaging in sexual conduct with the 15-year-old, records show.

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