Friday, March 26, 2010

Woman faces charges for false rape report

It doesn't explicitly state it, but I get the feeling that the rape charge was filed because her husband found out she cheated. Either way, it appears she claimed it to cover up her bad actions.

Kim Inslee charged with filing a false report.

NORTH BROOKFIELD — A 23-year-old woman has been arraigned on charges she filed a false report with police last summer, telling them she’d been raped in a vehicle when she’d really arranged the back-seat tryst herself.

Kim Inslee of 24 Grove St. called police from her home just after 1:15 a.m. July 16 and told an officer who responded she’d been walking around town after arguing with her disabled husband about their lack of sex when a man pulled her into a dark-green SUV. He raped her, she said, forced her to have oral sex, cleaned her up and dragged her out of the vehicle near the library. She walked home after the alleged encounter.

Court documents indicate Ms. Inslee gave police a detailed description of the alleged rapist, telling them he was a clean-shaven black man, 6 feet tall, with a deep voice. She provided details of the incident and said the man had a yellow safety vest hanging from the back seat.

She was taken to a hospital for treatment and so evidence might be collected while police put out an alert for area law enforcement officers to be on the lookout for the green SUV and its driver. But they were never found.

Later that day, when police did a follow-up interview, Ms. Inslee admitted “there was a pre-arranged meeting through a mutual friend to meet this ‘suspect’ for the express purpose of consensual sex,” police wrote in their report.

The description of the man was accurate, but there was “no rape or use of force at all,” the report says.

After conferring with staff from the Worcester district attorney’s office, Ms. Inslee was charged with false reporting of a crime and making a false statement under penalty of perjury.

Ms. Inslee was arraigned yesterday in Western Worcester District Court in East Brookfield. Her case is scheduled for a pretrial hearing March 9.