Police: Teen Admitted To Robbing Couple, Raping Woman At Gunpoint

ALIQUIPPA (KDKA) — Officers say a man accused of robbing and raping a woman in Aliquippa confessed to the crime.

According to a criminal complaint, the incident occurred on the night of Aug. 11, on McMinn Street.

A man and woman told police they were laying in bed when they heard the door to the bedroom open. Two black males appeared, pointed guns and asked, “Where is the money, where is the weed at?”

The two men then allegedly raped and sexually assaulted the woman. While one of the men continued the sexual assault, the other man ransacked the bedroom, going through drawers.

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The victims told police they could hear another person downstairs.

Jewelry, electronics and a 2008 Blue Saturn Outlook were reportedly stolen from the home.

Clarence Matthew Larue, 17, was found driving the stolen vehicle.

While in the presence of his mother, police say he admitted that he had broken into the victims’ home and engaged in robbery, rape and burglary, in cooperation with 17-year-old Malakai Helencamp and 19-year-old Micheal Guin.


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