Three men and a 16-year-old boy are accused of luring teenage girls to a ‘party’ where they were drugged and raped
- Three men and a teenager have been charged with sickening sex crimes
- Queensland police alleged that the group had lured three teenage girls to a party
- Investigators further allege that the girls were drugged and caught by the group
Three men and a boy have been charged with more than 50 sex offenses after allegedly luring three teenage girls to a party where they were drugged and raped.
Queensland detectives from crime and child protection units attacked the alleged perpetrators at addresses in South Brisbane on Thursday morning with the help of the tactical police and the Dog Squad.
The men aged 24, 21 and 20 and the 16-year-old boy were arrested Thursday morning in homes in South Brisbane.
Three men and a boy have been charged with more than 50 sickening sex offenses after allegedly luring three teenage girls to a party before drugging and raping them (stock image)
They allegedly invited the girls to a party at a house in Toowong, Brisbane last year, where they were ‘drugged and sexually assaulted’ several times.
The quartet was arrested after the girls contacted police in December and an investigation was launched into the troubling allegations.
“Each of the four has been charged with seven times of rape, three times of administering an intoxicating drug to commit rape, twice of sexual assault, violation of direction and drug offenses,” police said.
The men appeared before the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Saturday, but no bail was filed. They were taken into custody.
Anyone who has any information is urged to contact the police.
The men appeared before Brisbane Magistrates Court on Saturday (pictured), but no bail requests were filed