Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Pennsylvania police say train passengers held phones during rape of woman

The 911 service in Philadelphia did not receive calls. Nestel said police were still waiting for the Delaware County emergency services, which serve the last two train stops, to determine if there were calls.

Investigators said in sworn testimony that Ngoy sat down next to the woman about a minute after he boarded the train car, shortly after 9:15 pm. The video shows her pushing him away several times until he was seen ripping her pants off at around 9:52 p.m.

Bernhardt said the officers arrived at the 69th Street terminal on the Market-Frankford line, SEPTA’s busiest route, at about 10:00 pm.

According to Bernhardt, a SEPTA officer who was nearby when the train passed called the police and said there was “something wrong” with the woman on the train.

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The SEPTA police, who were waiting at the next stop, found the woman and arrested Ngoy, whom they removed from the woman. She was taken to the hospital.

According to court documents, the woman told police that Ngoy had ignored her requests to leave.

In his statement to the police, Ngoy stated that he knew the victim but could not remember her name, and said the meeting was agreed.

Ngoy, who posted his last address as a homeless shelter, remained in custody on $ 180,000 bail. His first appearance in court is scheduled for October 25th. Court records show that as of Monday, he had not sought help from a public defender.

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