Group Home Worker Accused Of Rape By Knifepoint

RICHFIELD (WCCO) — A 43-year-old employee at a Richfield group home has been charged with raping a coworker by knifepoint, according to authorities.

The Hennepin County District Court charged Peter Nyakeoga Osebe of Maplewood with first-degree criminal sexual conduct in connection to the Dec. 2, 2011 incident.

According to court documents, the victim was leaving work on the day of the incident when Osebe entered the office and grabbed her arm. When she said she wasn’t interested, Osebe turned the lights off in the office and threw her to the ground.

The victim told police that Osebe then climbed on top of her, pressed a knife against her throat and raped her.

An investigation recovered a semen sample on the office floor and later tests matched it with Osebe’s DNA.

Osebe is in custody. If convicted, he could face up to 30 years in prison and/or a $12,000 to $40,000 fine with a conditional release.

  • Tom

    get a rope, he deserves nothing less

    • Raw N Bleeding

      Whoa! Hold on there, Tom; we have a little thing called due process in this country.

    • Greg Looseanus

      What for?

  • Reality

    I guess he left his Clue Glue on the floor. Sad dude wonder how he will like it when Bubba throws his butt to the ground.

  • Conrad Taylor

    Sniff……….. Sniff……….. Hmmmm

  • opolo

    si angeweka condom gaki

    • karimi

      stupid kenyam men, especially wakisii……wako kama mbuzi iko on heat. Wacha aoze jelani.

  • Elly

    Pole sana we will pray for you.

  • Elly

    These are normal temptations may he be forgiven.

  • Omosacha Bori

    Karimi, that you refer to Wakisii men on a fallacy of hasty generalization, it’s well to know you’ve no right to such sweeping statements. If one Kisii man forcifully tested the elasticity of your legs, that absurdity shoudn’t lead you to blanket-characterize a whole community. May you be afflicted by the cancer of the small intestines…

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