A Louisiana teen was charged for raping a female classmate twice at a booze-fueled party after their prom. Tzuriel Rex Pedigo, 17, of Baton Rouge, was arrested Tuesday after the victim reported the May 25 incident to authorities, according The Advocate. The victim told investigators that the two were drinking at a house party following...
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FEBRUARY 11, 2013
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