Boca Raton PD Arrested Carlisle Kirkpatrick Early Wednesday Morning. Held On Nearly $1M Bond.
BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Boca Raton resident Carlisle Kirkpatrick allegedly slipped Xanax and other drugs into the drinks of an acquaintance, then sexually assaulted her multiple times while a camera recorded the incidents over several years in his Boca Raton home.
Kirkpatrick also allegedly abused a child.
The Boca Raton Police Department arrested Carlisle Kirkpatrick, 54, early Wednesday morning. He remains held on more than $700,000 bond. The bond is a nearly unprecedented amount in Palm Beach County. It was set by Judge Caroline Shepherd.
The adult alleged victim, according to a charging document, “stated that she observed a camera facing the bed she (shares with) Carlisle at (a location) in Boca Raton. Because a camera is not normally facing the bed, the victim became suspicious and retrieved the SanDisk memory card from the camera. She located a recorded video clip on the memory card. Shown in the video was non-consensual intercourse between the victim who was unconscious and Carlisle. The victim does not recall, nor did she content to the intercourse… The victim (later) located two more videos on Carlisle’s personal cell phone and computer. The two videos, the victim believes, were made in November and December of 2021, depicting similar incidents involving ‘rough’ non-consensual intercourse where she was not conscious…”
The alleged adult victim also “noticed in 2017 that her drink had white sediment at the bottom. When she asked Carlisle about it, he said he put alprazolam in her drink so she would ‘chill out’.”
BocaNewsNow.com has learned the investigation into Carlisle continues. We are not publishing the specific allegations involving the child, other than to report that concerned teachers stated the child was displaying “strange” behavior at school and contacted one of the child’s parents. That parent learned of the alleged abuse. State caseworkers are now working with the child.
Boca Raton Police declined to comment on the investigation.
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