A Georgia man was arrested and charged after allegedly kidnapping a South Carolina girl and holding her captive for months as he raped and beat her.
Ismael Patricio Aguirre, 22, was arrested Tuesday by Waynesboro Police and charged with rape, kidnapping, aggravated assault, battery and false imprisonment. He was denied bail and booked into the Burke County Jail.
Aguirre kidnapped the girl from her residence in Charleston, South Carolina, greater than 4 months in the past, holding her in a motel room in Waynesboro, Georgia, in response to investigators.
The girl managed to flee after faking a being pregnant so as to go to a hospital to report Aguirre’s crimes, WRDW-TV reported.
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Workers at Burke Well being in Waynesboro instructed investigators that Aguirre and the girl arrived on the hospital after a name was made requesting emergency medical providers on claims she was unconscious and pregnant. The girl then instructed hospital staff she was not really pregnant however wanted assist to flee from Aguirre.
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In response to a police report, the girl instructed investigators she was compelled to carry out work, have intercourse with Aguirre and eat and drink upon being ordered to take action. She stated she would “mainly be a puppet to his calls for.”
The girl stated Aguirre threatened to have her youngsters and mom killed if she failed to stick to his calls for.
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She stated she faked a being pregnant to finish the abuse of Aguirre beating and strangling her.
The Related Press contributed to this report.