Man Accused Of Raping Louisiana College Student In Dormitory Hours After She Met Him On Instagram, Police Say
A man was arrested in connection with the sexually assault of a female student at a college campus residence hall at Louisiana State University.
On Oct. 9, Coda Stovall, 26, is accused of going to Herget Hall in Baton Rouge and holding the victim at gunpoint, WAFB reported.
Arrest documents obtained by the station state the student had met Stovall, who is not a student at the school, hours earlier on Instagram and invited him and a second man to visit her dormitory room.
Once he was escorted to the victim's room, Stovall allegedly held a gun to the student's head and demanded to know if she had been intimate with anyone he knew, the documents claim.
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Stovall allegedly then put his gun down and raped the woman, according to the documents.
Surveillance video allegedly shows Stovall and the second man wearing khaki clothing matching outfits they were pictured in on the suspect’s Instagram, police said.
Authorities arrested Stovall on Nov. 2 on a first-degree rape charge. He was being held on a $250,000 bond at the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison.
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