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"Police: 66-year-old man tortured, raped woman"

on Monday, 25 April 2011. Posted in Media Updates

Seattle PI

The man pulled up in a blue Taurus station wagon and said his name was John. He told the 24-year-old working Aurora Avenue North that he wanted to take her to his Tacoma home, tie her to the bedposts and use a sex toy, police say

Investigators say the woman agreed, as long as the man didn't tie her too tightly.

But as she drove with him, something seemed off.

The young woman said she wanted to stop for cigarettes, and when the man let her out at the 76 station a few blocks away, she texted his license plate to her boyfriend, according to court documents.

Call the cops if you don't hear from me by midnight, her message said.

Hours later at what prosecutors describe as the man's torture room – one with walls roughly 8-inches thick to allegedly muffle screams – she asked if he was going to kill her.

"We'll see," he allegedly replied. ...

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