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Sex text rendezvous ends in mugging

5:55 PM, Jul 30, 2012   |    comments
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Brooksville, Florida-- 26-year-old Rebecca Rodriguez met a man at a gas station and invited him over for "sexual intercourse" via text message, all as a part of her plan to have her cousins brutally beat and rob him.

Officials report that several text messages were sent back and forth before the two arranged to meet at her home. While they were in the bedroom, Rebecca's cousins, Brigdare "BJ" Lopez, 16, Joshua Rodriguez, 23, and Jeremiah Rodriguez, 19, listened outside of the door for the key words, "Oh that feels so good."

Deputies say Rebecca instructed them to ambush the room after she said that phrase loudly. 

After bursting in, they began to punch and kick the victim repeatedly. The group then tied the victim's hands behind his back, threw him out the window and hid him in a shed. They also stole money from his wallet and hit him in the back with a baseball bat, officials say.

The group then blindfolded him with a t-shirt, forced him into his own car and drove him to a location on Goldsmith Road in Brooksville, where deputies say they made him get out and walk away, still blindfolded. 

The group then stole his car, drove to a house in Spring Hill and abandoned it.

Detectives met with the victim, who was able to provide directions to the house he visited earlier, under false pretenses of sex with Rebecca Rodriguez. 

Deputies say they were quickly able to identify suspects in the case and contact the individuals involved. 

The suspects admitted to their involvement in the crimes, but according to deputies, they each downplayed their individual roles and blamed the others as the "leader" of the crimes.

Further investigation revealed that the crime was actually preplanned by Rebecca Rodriguez. 

Reports indicate the suspects have been charged as follows:

Rebecca Marie Rodriguez: Bond - $42,000

  • Robbery Unarmed
  • Grand Theft Auto 
  • Kidnapping 

Brigdare "BJ" Lopez: Bond - $42,500

  • Robbery Unarmed
  • Grand Theft Auto
  • Kidnapping 
  • Battery 

Joshua Ray Rodriguez: Bond - $42,500

  • Robbery Unarmed 
  • Grand Theft Auto 
  • Kidnapping 
  • Battery 

Probable cause exists for the arrest of Jeremiah Rodriguez, who deputies say remain at large.


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