Officers: Rape Suspect Kicked Out Window Of Lexington PD Cruiser

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 3/24 10:39 pm
A man accused of raping a woman after entering her apartment is also being charged after allegedly kicking out a police cruiser window.

Lexington police said Ricardo Gutierrez, 28, unlawfully entered a woman's apartment on Saturday and forced her to have sex and oral sex with him.

He was arrested, but during his transport, an officer said he became combative and managed to kick out one of the cruiser's rear windows.

Gutierrez was charged with rape, two counts of sodomy, burglary, and criminal mischief.

An investigation revealed the accusing rape victim received minor injuries to her neck during the alleged attack.
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