SICKO NABBED IN RAPE OF DEMENTIA GAL, 92!
Globe|August 31, 2020
A DEMENTIA-stricken senior was raped in her California home by a creep who was caught in the act of attacking the 92-year-old, police say.

According to deputies, the woman’s caregiver — who stops by twice a week — walked in on the sick afternoon sex assault. But as the suspect fled, she snapped a photo of him, which she gave to investigators.

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