9-1-1 call released of alleged rape victim

Authorities have released an emotional 9-1-1 call from the victim of a possible sexual assault this morning in the area of Stanford Place and Roger Court in Dayton.

The caller was crying and sounded frightened as she told the dispatcher that a man grabbed her, put her in a van and drove her to an abandoned building.

The victim seemed to make contradictory statements during the call, saying frantically at one point that the man “is going to rape me,” and later states, “He beat me. He ripped my clothes off of me and raped me.”

The woman reported her arm was broken, telling the dispatcher, “When he was done he stood up and jumped on my left arm.”

The woman’s identity and condition were not immediately available. Police continue to investigate the incident.

UPDATE @ 8 a.m.

Police are investigating a possible sexual assault that happened this morning at an abandoned apartment building in the area of Stanford Place and Roger Court.

Medics responded and transported a female victim to a local hospital.

Police said officers responded to a 9-1-1 call from a residence in the first block of Roger Court.

Police said officers found the victim who appeared distraught and complaining of injuries.

The victim reported that she was sexually assaulted in the abandoned apartment building, which is boarded up and overgrown with weeds and trees.

No one is in custody. Police said they are working to find out exactly what happened, but the incident appears to be isolated and the community is not in danger.


Police in Dayton are investigating a reported assault in the first block of Roger Court.

Medics were requested to the scene shortly after 7 a.m.

Early reports indicate a woman reported being abducted and assaulted.

We’re working to learn more and will update this story as more information becomes available.

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