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Ex Gov’t worker guilty of raping teenage daughter

Ex Gov’t worker guilty of raping teenage daughter. Photo: Internet Source
The man was found guilty of the charges of rape and will be sentence on January 14, 2019, as he remains at Her Mastery’s Prison. Photo: VINO/File
The man was found guilty of the charges of rape and will be sentence on January 14, 2019, as he remains at Her Mastery’s Prison. Photo: VINO/File
SEA COW'S BAY, Tortola, VI - A Kittitian living in the Virgin Islands (VI) for a number of years and worked for Government, was last week found guilty of raping his then 15 year-old daughter.

The incest by the 43 year-old father, took place in 2015, at his home in Sea Cow's Bay, on the main island of Tortola.

According to court records, the young child arrived on Tortola from the sister island of Jost van Dyke for a family function and was picked up by her father. 

Was he drunk?

He reportedly then took her to their Sea Cow's Bay, home around December 15, 2015, but not before going ‘bar hopping’ while his young daughter remained in his automobile.

After hitting up a few bars, the man then drove his daughter to his house and gave her a kiss on her cheek and then on her mouth, according to court records.

This seems not to have sufficed, as he reportedly then got on top of her and inserted his penis in her vagina.  

The teenage girl reportedly made attempts to push him off, while asking him to stop, screaming “daddy stop,” according to what Justice Ann-Marie Smith, heard from the Crown Prosecutors.

Moments after committing the act of rape, the father left the home by car, after which the daughter sought help from neighbours and was taken to Peebles Hospital, by a retired police officer.

DNA match

The father had reportedly told her not to tell “anyone” in exchange for “anything” she wanted from him, the child told police investigators. 

Once at the hospital, her story was confirmed, as seminal fluid was found in the girl’s vaginal cavity after an examination by a doctor.

A DNA sample taken from the father, matched the seminal fluid found in the victim.

He has since been found guilty of rape and will be sentenced on January 14, 2019, and remains at Her Mastery’s Prison.

15 Responses to “Ex Gov’t worker guilty of raping teenage daughter”

  • mother hen (04/12/2018, 18:11) Like (27) Dislike (1) Reply
    Sick sick
  • Jaigon Jumbie (04/12/2018, 18:12) Like (36) Dislike (0) Reply

    Nasty son of ah ****. Last his incestory backside in jail. His own daughter, wow. He was fully well aware of his actions. No blame on rum.

  • Me (04/12/2018, 19:56) Like (30) Dislike (3) Reply

    To be honest my bowels are churning I don't know father/daughter but when it comes to light with his id. Pls let me spend some with piece of ****. There's no place in our society for individuals like him. I've a young daughter & God knows what in my mind on a daily basic. Again another headsup Govt beware of these so call restoration workers I've heard some negative things so listen out. 

  • (04/12/2018, 21:23) Like (16) Dislike (3) Reply
    I’m also thinking on the daughter. Scared
  • wize up (04/12/2018, 22:26) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    just give me five minutes with him(5 minutes)
  • Mother and Youth Leader (04/12/2018, 23:22) Like (19) Dislike (2) Reply
    Too much information, this is a small island. We have to protect our young people. These girls are teenagers even if they are active or not. Imagine how they feel when they read the news. Imagine what a stigma their friends and society will put on them. These young people are humans and we all have something within us which is called selfworth. Imagine when they are alone and they get flashbacks on the heart wrenching sexual behaviour. Especially by folks who should be protecting, caring, educating; motivation and the ones who they trust due to the fact You Are My Father You are my Mother. This type of behaviour is going on too long. We need to Put a STOP to IT NOW. If we don't put a stop to it NOW. Peer pressure is going to step in. This lewd behaviour can develop into a series of social issues. Due to the stigma our young people can or may develop a series of social and mental issues throughout their life.
    Then we will be wailing and singing Safe in the Arm of Jesus. Why we wait until something happen to fix the situation? Let us protect and save our future generation. Now and Always
    Bless up One Love
    Let us save our YOUTH Our Future Leaders

    • too much (05/12/2018, 07:07) Like (16) Dislike (1) Reply
      I agree. Take out the place of residence from the article. People will sooner or later put two and two together and then the child’s identity is known....people talk and she shouldn’t have to be subjected to hearing this everywhere she goes.
    • Reply (05/12/2018, 07:10) Like (14) Dislike (0) Reply
      well the court people talk too much
  • sad sad (05/12/2018, 07:00) Like (10) Dislike (0) Reply

    Nasty A$s, You will know what you were doing when you told her don't tell but then come with a defence but you DRUNK.
    I hope they throw away the key.

  • team (05/12/2018, 07:22) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
    Even though I know both parties in this matter the news media didn't need to give so much damaging information that will affect the young lady and her other siblings.... it's sad someone like you get carried away and fall into something like you...
    • VI Gyal (05/12/2018, 11:36) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
      same here. This situation just breaks my heart because I know them. They need to do over this article. Take out location and other personal stuff.
  • mother hen (05/12/2018, 08:24) Like (1) Dislike (2) Reply
    thanks for protecting the girl vino
  • VI Gyal (05/12/2018, 11:36) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    I sense the sarcasm.
  • Bull Dawg (05/12/2018, 14:28) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    He wasn't just drunk, he appears to be crazy.
    He is a heartless man.
  • musa (05/12/2018, 20:38) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    Easiest case kill him done deal.

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