DEWITT, NEW YORK: A Massachusetts couple allegedly battered and raped a New York lady in a hotel room in front of their kids. They are now reportedly facing a plethora of charges.
On August 23, a Red Roof Inn front desk employee related to Onondaga County police how a 34-year-old lady ran to the counter and requested assistance while only wearing a shirt. Police then discovered that Tasheana Flannery, 30, and Dustin Wilson, 27, had repeatedly sexually abused the woman in a hotel room while beating her with a baton and using sex toys on her.
The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said that the two men had sexually assaulted her in room 207. According to the receptionist, Flannery was with a man and two young children when she was checked on on August 18 by the police. The children’s mother Flannery was later identified as being in the room with the sexual assault, and authorities reported that the kids knew about it.
On Tuesday, August 23, around 9.30 am, a call came in from the Red Roof Inn at 6614 Thompson Road in DeWitt, New York, according to Sgt. Jon Seeber of the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office. After arriving on the site, officers located the female victim, who informed them that she had met Flannery and Wilson at the hotel. She alleged that the suspects frequently sexually assaulted her, tortured her with sex devices, and coerced her into having oral sex with them in front of the two kids. The woman reportedly raced to the front desk, managed to escape her room, and was hidden in a closet by the receptionist while she made a 911 call.
The McMahon Ryan Child Advocacy Center was visited by police after they pulled the two youngsters out of the hotel room. Onondaga County Child Protective Services eventually received custody of them. Wilson and Flannery, according to the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office, are accused of first-degree rape, three counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, two counts of first-degree aggravated sexual abuse, second-degree assault, fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, second-degree unlawful imprisonment, and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child. Wilson is being held without bail at the Onondaga County Justice Center, while Flannery is being held without bail after posting a $25,000 cash or or $50,000 bond.
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