According to Fox News, Brent Brown, of Loa Town, Wayne County, Wyoming, has been charged with kidnapping, rape and obstruction of justice after police found 19-year-old Madelyn Allen, a female college student. study Snow in his house. Currently, this man is being held without bail.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Madelyn’s story begins on the night of December 13, when she was last seen leaving her dormitory building in Ephraim, Sanpete County. Wyoming. The next day, Madelyn’s roommates worriedly reported to the police because their friend did not return.
Image of victim Madelyn Allen
The newspaper cited a report that Madelyn met Brown in an online “chat group” and then the two arranged a face-to-face meeting. Madelyn agreed to let Brown pick her up on December 13. But soon she realized she had been tricked into falling into the trap of a sick green-bearded lover.
Brown is accused of tying Madelyn up and then leaving for work. When he learned that the police were looking for the young girl, he took Madelyn’s phone and threatened that if she left or told anyone about him, he would hunt down her family and sister.
Madelyn was last seen leaving the dorm
Court documents reveal that police tracked the location of Madelyn’s phone and discovered her being held about an hour and a half drive from where she was last seen.
Allen was found naked and covered with black coals in a basement room after police arrived and asked Brown to search the home. When the police knocked on the door, the man also expressed his displeasure with the search and insisted that no one else was inside.
An investigation report also said Brown told police he met the victim on a chat group and that he described tying the victim up as a form of slavery.
Brent’s house, where Madelyn was held for many days
The victim told investigators she was raped by the man several times a day during her abduction, but she did not leave because of concerns about threats against her family and sister.
On December 19, Sheriff Derek Walk said Madelyn was taken to a nearby hospital for an assessment of her physical and mental health after she was found and later reunited with her family. .
Madelyn’s father, Jonathan, said at a press conference on December 19: “We are extremely grateful. It is elated. There are no words to describe the feeling we experienced when we hugged each other. Thank you all. Everyone was with my family in times of need and worked hard to find my daughter’s whereabouts.”
As for Brown, Mr Jonathan said: “We don’t have much information about him – we met him for the first time last night and we don’t know his relationship or his feelings. for my daughter”.
Source: Fox News