BY JENNIFER CABRERA
Omareyon Malik Davis, 18, was arrested yesterday morning and charged with sexual battery of a 15-year-old girl. Davis was arrested on January 23 and charged with possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of liquor by a person under 21 years of age. He was released on his own recognizance with a GPS monitor, and the charges were dropped for “no information” on February 28.
According to the arrest report, the alleged incident happened on February 26, when Davis, the victim, and several other friends were hanging out and smoking marijuana. The report says that Davis and the victim did not previously know each other and that the victim is 15 years old. The two reportedly went into a different room to smoke marijuana.
The victim told investigators that they were talking when Davis pushed her onto the bed and started kissing her and removing her clothing. She said she tried to move away and told him, “No.” She said he put on a condom and penetrated her, and she said she was crying and repeatedly saying no during the incident.
The victim’s friends also reported that she was crying and “distraught” after the incident.
The day after the incident, investigators reported that Davis contacted the victim’s mother, told her “something sexual” happened between them and that he did not know at the time that the victim was a minor. The phone number used to place the call is listed as Davis’ number in a law enforcement database.
The victim also told investigators that the suspect was wearing an ankle monitor, and investigators verified that Davis’ ankle monitor showed that he was at the incident location at the time of the reported rape. A search warrant reportedly found a used condom, and biological fluids were collected from the mattress for further analysis.
Post Miranda, Davis reportedly said the victim told him she was 18 years old and that everything was consensual.
Davis has been charged with sexual battery on a victim older than 12 but younger than 18 and is being held on $100,000 bail.
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