Thursday, January 7, 2016

2 male college students from U of Rochester Upstate New York were 'kidnapped by gang of 6 savages and tortured in extreme forty hour ordeal until SWAT team swooped in'

Good job by SWAT to catch these 6 animals who deserve to be put under the a prison!
Daily Mail reports the two male University of Rochester students were tied up, beaten and sexually assaulted during the 40-hour nightmare ordeal, according to court documents.

A gang of six have all been charged after the horrific kidnapping last month which only ended when SWAT teams moved in to the home just a few miles from the New York campus.

The victims, both college football players, were last seen about 2am on Saturday December 4 on Wilson Boulevard near the UR River Campus.

They were reported missing around 6.30pm that same day under 'suspicious circumstances,' the Democrat and Chronicle reported.

An indictments says the pair, both 21-year-old business majors, were 'terrorized repeatedly' as they were tied up, beaten with clubs and punched as the gang demanded they handed over cash and the pin numbers to the credit and debit cards.

One of the men even had a gunshot wound from a .22-caliber rifle in his leg.

'As far as the victims are concerned,' Doorley said. 'We know they are both very fortunate in that they were located by the good work of the (Rochester Police Department) SWAT team.'

Lydell Strickland, 26, Dennis Perez, 23, and Leah Gigliotti, 20, all of Rochester, and Samantha Hughes, 19, of Pittsford, have now all been charged with first-degree kidnapping.

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