Women can inflict the same harm to others that men can inflict. In this case, two women physically assaulted an innocent man. One used a knife; the other used a fire extinguisher. But women have a tool in their arsenal that is capable of inflicting tremendous harm that men don't possess: the ability to plausibly cry "rape." Read the story below:
Millville women found out: Supposed rape was robbery attempt
MILLVILLE – Two Millville women have received a slew of charges in relation to a robbery they attempted January 20 and then lied to police about.
When an officer arrived at a North Fourth Street residence January 20, he was greeted by Dawn M. Moran, 44, who told him her ex-husband had assaulted her with a knife. She added later that he had also sexually assaulted her.
Moran's roommate, Jamie M. Wilson, 23, said she had been attacked as well while trying to intervene. Both of the women were treated at the regional medical center for very minor injuries.
Detectives continued investigating the incident in the following week, and were able to find Moran's ex.
After talking with him, police were able to determine that there had been no sexual assault, and that the two women had actually assaulted the man, a 54-year-old from Bank Street, while attempting to rob him.
The man said he had been visiting his roommate that night when the two women demanded money from him. Moran sliced the man's hand with a knife as he was running for the door, and Wilson attacked him with a fire extinguisher both inside the house and on the stairs outside the residence.
The man had small cuts to his right hand, but no further injuries.
Moran was charged Tuesday with aggravated assault, making terroristic threats, weapons charges, attempted robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, hindering apprehension, filing a false report and obstruction of justice.
Wilson was charged with aggravated assault, making terroristic threats, weapons charges, attempted robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, obstruction of justice, hindering apprehension, possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal restraint.
Both were taken to the Cumberland County Jail in lieu of $50,000 full cash bail, set by the Honorable Judge Steven Neder.