The man had met Rebecca Rodriguez at a Brooksville gas station and the two had exchanged telephone numbers. After several text messages between them, they agreed to meet at Rebecca’s house for some sex, according to a news release from the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office.
While they were in the bedroom, Rebecca’s cousins, Joshua Ray Lopez, 23, Jeremiah Rodriguez, 19, and another 16-year-old cousin, rushed inside the room and began to repeatedly punch and kick the man, the release stated.
The group then tied the man’s hands behind his back, threw him out the window, hiding him in a shed. They also took his cash and hit him in the back with a baseball bat, according to the report.
The group then blindfolded the man, forcing him into his 1996 Honda Accord before driving him to another location, where they made him walk away, still blindfolded. The group then stole the car but abandoned it in Spring Hill, according to deputies.
Luckily, the man was able to provide directions to the home where the crime occurred. Deputies then were quickly able to identify suspects and contacted the cousins, who admitted to their involvement in the crimes, according to the release.
Detectives determined that the crime was actually planned by Rebecca Rodriguez, who they say lured the man to her home and instructed her cousins to hide, then wait outside of her bedroom.
Once the man was inside the bedroom, detectives said, the cousins were to listen for a signal from Rodriguez: She was to say, “Oh that feels so good.”
One they heard the code they rushed in, beat up the man and stole his money, the release stated.
WOW..I ALWAYS KNEW B’VILLE WAS TURNING INTO THE WILD WILD WEST!!