2 arrested in New Year's Day attack in Jacksonville Beach
Police say the victim was kidnapped, robbed and raped
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. – Police have taken a man and woman into custody in the reported abduction, robbery and rape of a 30-year-old man early New Year’s Day in Jacksonville Beach.
Ty’quon Deon Jones, 21, and Zantoria Natayle Willis, 17, were arrested on warrants in the case, according to a news release from the Jacksonville Beach Police Department.
Duval County jail logs show Jones, who was in custody at the time of his arrest, is being held without bond on sexual battery, kidnapping and robbery charges. There is no listing for Willis in jail records.
According to police, the attack happened at several locations in Jacksonville Beach between the hours of 3 a.m. and shortly before 4:45 a.m. Jan. 1.
Few details have been released in the case. But 30-year-old Christopher McCall, who identified himself on social media as the victim, said he was waiting for a bus ride home when it happened.
"They started swinging on me, and I started fighting back," McCall said. "They took my wallet. I had a little bit of cash in there. They took that, and they took two of my credit cards."
McCall said he was kidnapped and taken to various places in Jacksonville Beach, where he was forced to perform sexual acts. He said he eventually got away, but is scarred for life.
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