Two Women Threatened With Gun, Raped in Ferguson Home, Police Say

Ferguson Police said the sexual assaults took place on consecutive nights.

A Ferguson man forced two women at gunpoint to perform sexual acts on two consecutive nights, Ferguson Police said.

Gregory Hazlett, 46, of the 1500 block of Somerset Terrace Drive, was charged Tuesday with two counts each of forcible rape, forcible sodomy by displaying a weapon, attempted forcible sodomy and kidnapping, and one count of armed criminal action.

Ferguson Police said Hazlett had a handgun and kept a woman from leaving his home, forcing her to have sex with him on Sept. 14.

On Sept. 15, he threatened to kill a second woman and would not allow her to leave his home, forcing her to have sex with him, police said.

Hazlett is being held in St. Louis County jail. Bond has been set at $250,000, cash only.

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Faye Mason November 02, 2012 at 04:00 PM
Bastard needs to be in jail. There's no excuse for his actions.
Angela Atkinson November 03, 2012 at 05:34 AM
Agreed, Faye.
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