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Laurelton man charged in rape of teen in S. Jamaica Houses elevator: NYPD

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Police arrested a Laurelton man in the sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl in the South Jamaica Houses, the NYPD said Monday.

Jemmal Bryan, 29, was charged with rape in the early morning attack on Aug. 18 inside an elevator, according to cops.

Authorities believe Bryan followed the teen into the elevator before allegedly assaulting her, police said.

When the elevator reached her floor, the girl screamed and her attacker fled, the NYPD said.

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reggie from jamaica says:
And they say NYPD is being biased. This is the kind of thing to occur in the south jamaica projects. Besides stalking, dealing drugs, killings, robbing, shooting out the windows on 108-41 159th street from 2F, along with others who randomly shoot out windows, break-ins, prostitution, etc. Predominatly an all black community but the NYPD is supposedly being biased. Haahaahaa. They want to put heat on NYPD by accusing them as being biased so these criminals can roam the streets armed and carrying drugs. They dont fool me.
Sept. 1, 2013, 3:33 am

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