Three Cypress Springs students kidnap girl: What led to three male students abducting a disabled girl for the purpose of sex during school?
Three Cypress Springs High School students have been accused of kidnapping their classmate from school so they could try to take turns having sex with her.
Arrested and charged with aggravated kidnapping were teens, Imanuel Rizig, 18; Justin Broadway, 18; and Ryan Jeng, 17.
The boy’s arrests come after an 18-year-old girl said that a male student abducted her on Nov. 28 while walking to class in Cypress Springs, Texas, the Houston Chronicle reported.
She was dragged from the Cypress Springs High School hallway and forced into a vehicle, which was caught by surveillance video. Other males were already inside the vehicle, she said.
Video would show the girl being taken out of the school and trying to break free several times.
The group then drove her to a home, where they allegedly tried to get her to have sex with them. She declined their advances and left the house.
The victim told investigators that she did not know the suspects but she did recognize them as going to her high school.
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According to wlstv one of the students allegedly involved in the kidnapping claims the girl said at lunch she would have sex with at least one of them, but then rescinded the offer at the house.
Records note there is no video of the girl speaking with any of the men involved during lunch.
Another student told investigators that he heard the three male students discussing ‘flipping’ the victim. ‘Flipping’ is a term for having sex with a person before giving them to another person for sex.
According to the victim’s mother, the daughter has a disability. To what degree the girl was targeted because of her disability is not immediately understood.
Authorities charged Rizig on Tuesday, while the other two were charged last week. All three face aggravated kidnapping charges.
Broadway and Rizig are being held on $30,000 bail, while Jeng was freed after posting bail for the same amount notes a report via the nypost.
Told school district officials: ‘We are extremely concerned by the serious nature of the charges that lead to the arrest of three Cypress Springs High School students.’