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Police discovered a 36-year-old woman in the West Pullman neighborhood of Chicago was “chained to her ankle” in an abandoned home Saturday evening.
A neighbor heard the woman screaming for help as she walked past the board-up house and was able to alert police about the situation. In an interview with Dr. WGN-TVThat person has been identified Antion Dobine Speaking of experience:
“She was screaming, ‘Help’ and I was like, ‘Who’s with you?’ And I was asking him various questions. At that time, when I called 911. The police said that his legs were chained and he was handcuffed. “
The community worker then went on to add:
“As I get closer, I hear ‘boom, boom, boom! Help! ‘ And that’s what made me call the police. “
How lucky he was to be in the right place at the right time.
The victim, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not named, told reporters he “believed he had been in an empty house since last Monday,” and could not remember how long he had been in prison. He further explained how he had cried out for help for “days” before finally hearing.
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To make matters worse, the South Side resident revealed that the man who had committed such atrocities with her was someone she already knew. In his statement, he stated:
“I just think পরিচিত it’s a familiar face, it’s my friend. And to do it with me, like – I don’t understand. What right does anyone have to do that? “
Continuing his heartbreaking revelation, he describes how he ran into the man at his local grocery store:
“And I bumped into him, and he said, ‘Come here for a minute.'”
He said he had spoken to the suspect several times in the past, he explained, but the interaction with him was different. He then described the exact moment he was taken:
“He just grabbed me and I’m trying to fight him, but I can’t fight him.”
The woman said her assailant dragged her to an abandoned home on South Egleston Avenue, where she was handcuffed and chained. She said she then raped him twice.
After finding the abducted woman and calling the police, it was reported that someone had been seen leaving the house. The man who discovered him, Antion Dobine, streamed the whole event live Facebook. He described to police the face of the man who fell, saying he was “five feet eight” and wearing a corduroy jacket.
Once released, the woman was taken to a local hospital for treatment of any injuries. The 36-year-old thanked Antion for helping him that day, saying:
“He could have ignored me, but he listened to me and he helped me. I’m just blessed, I’m really blessed.”
The investigation is still ongoing, but the victim has warned that he believes the suspect will “hit again.”
We wish the victim and her family healing and peace in this tragic situation. See the full story (below):
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