A dangerous Massachusetts teen deviant is on the run after police said he drugged, beat and raped a 16-year-old girl, then snapped a video of the bruised and naked victim, and sent it to her friend.
Authorities have already charged the man’s girlfriend, 18-year-old Kailyn Bonia, with assault to rape, indecent assault and battery on a person 14 or over, posing or exhibiting a child in a sexual act and kidnapping.
She pleaded not guilty Sept. 12 in Lynn District Court and is held in custody without bail. A third teen, a 17-year-old boy, faces the same charges, plus a count of dissemination of child pornography.
The brutal crime was filmed and sent to other teens on the Snapchat phone app. The popular picture and video application automatically deletes images seconds after they are received.
The implications of the sickening crime will last much longer than that.
The girl was barely breathing when she was found, fully nude, in some bushes behind the Douglas Waybright School in Saugus, the victim’s mom told WHDH-TV.
“What they did was disgusting it was sick, I almost lost my daughter,” the mother told the news station. “She was barely breathing, she was found with nothing on. If she wasn’t found when she was found … she wouldn’t be here right now.”
Cops were first notified of the incident after the girl’s friend received a Snapchat showing the naked victim.
The friend told her father, who called police. Authorities found the victim badly impaired and had to pull her out of the woods on a backboard before rushing her to the hospital.
“She had fingerprints, at least two hands held down by her throat,” the mom told the Boston NBC affiliate. “Top to bottom bruised, her breasts were bruised, her whole body was ripped, shredded, broken toes.”
The hospital confirmed the sexual assault, and a nurse told WHDH that the girl was slipped an odorless, liquid drug — enough of it to reportedly take down two horses, the TV station reported.
She lost consciousness and was revived by two doses of Narcan, a drug used to reverse heroin and opiate overdoses, according to The Item.
Described as 5-foot, 8-inches tall with a skinny build, light skin and brown hair, Deihim weighs approximately 180 or 185 pounds and should be considered dangerous, police said. He faces the same charges as Bonia, and police fear he may try to flee the state.