INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A 16-year-old boy is in custody after police say he sexually assaulted a female and attacked a woman Thursday morning at a northeast Indianapolis hotel.
Police responded to the Suburban Extended Stay Northeast hotel near 82nd Street and I-69 around 6 a.m.
After arriving on scene, a hotel clerk told officers that were was a disturbance.
Police say the teen was called to the hotel by a female he met during the Castleton Mall fights earlier this week. As the two were together overnight in a third floor room, the boy sexually assaulted the female, attracting the attention of a security guard, according to police.
The boy then attacked the security guard and forced her into her own vehicle, police said. At that time officers put out a description of the vehicle,
Another officer then spotted the security guard in the vehicle a short time later in the 6700 block of Shadeland Avenue and then ran the vehicle’s plate. It was then the discovered that the vehicle was in fact the vehicle taken from the hotel. That officer then followed the vehicle and soon after conducted a traffic stop. The boy was taken into custody, police said.
Police said because the alleged suspect is a juvenile his identity will not be released at this time. The male juvenile faces a number of preliminary charges including rape, criminal confinement, battery and pointing a firearm without a license.
Police also said this incident does not appear to be a random occurrence.
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