No Charges Following Bathroom Encounter.
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A woman in West Delray Beach told police that her daughter was sexually assaulted at an overnight party, but the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, after questioning the girl, determined that no assault took place.
BocaNewsNow.com is not identifying the gated community where the assault allegedly occurred, or information that could identify the alleged victim. The story is notable, however, in that an accusation was made that could have ruined a young man’s life, but police determined that no crime was committed.
According to information obtained by BocaNewsNow.com, the teenage girl was at a party where a male — who identified himself as being 18 but may have actually been 20 — engaged in conversation with the girl. The two, according to the report, ended up in a bathroom where they kissed. The kissing led to more. The girl’s mother apparently believed the ”more” to be criminal. Police did not.
Police interviewed the alleged victim who provided details that led to this narrative from police.
“The female then became uncomfortable when (the male) grabbed her hands and placed it on his genitals. This action was done on top of and underneath his clothing. The encounter lasted about five minutes before (someone) knocked on the bathroom door. The female stated that she was not touched inappropriately nor penetrated by the male.”
PBSO declared that no crime was committed. Investigators logged the case as ”unfounded” and took no further action. The male left the party. The girl stayed overnight. It is unclear why the girl’s mother called police over what investigators determined to be a consensual encounter with no penetration, but there is no indication that police will pursue charges for ”filing a false police report.”
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