Police in Elkhorn, Wisconsin arrested and charged a man for allegedly beating and raping a 21-year-old woman as she was walking to her car after work. Court documents show the alleged attack happened on August 28th as the victim was leaving work at Subway. Police said 25-year-old Terrence LeFlore, a carnival ride employee, admitted to looking up Subway’s closing time and waiting for the victim outside.
According to the criminal complaint, LeFlore chased after the girl when she did not respond to him. He reportedly knocked her unconscious with a hammer, used her keys to open her car, then dragged her into the backseat where he stripped off her clothes and assaulted her with his hammer. The victim had severe lacerations on her head, vomit on her shirt and was partially clothed. She was so badly beaten, doctors had to remove a piece of her skull to help with brain swelling. LeFlore is facing multiple charges, including attempted intentional homicide, sexual assault, aggravated battery and armed robbery. The Walworth County District Attorney said that, if LeFlore is convicted, he will likely spend the rest of his life in prison. All the charges add up to 277 years in prison.