BRPD: Man accused of raping unconscious woman
BATON ROUGE - Police have arrested a man who allegedly raped a woman while she was passed out.
The incident happened on August 27 at a residence on North 37th Street. Authorities say Charles Sibley gave the victim a Xanax to help her rest. The arrest report states that Sibley also offered the victim some lemonade. Not long after that, the victim said she passed out.
The victim later woke up with her hands pinned down by an unidentified woman and Sibley on top of her.
Sibley was later arrested and charged with first-degree rape. The arrest report didn't say if the unidentified woman was arrested.
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