Two American women allege police failure after reporting drugging and rape

Two American women allege police failure after reporting drugging and rape


NASSAU, BAHAMAS-  The two American women who were allegedly sexually assaulted by two men in Freeport Grand Bahamain claimed that the Royal Bahamas Police Force “failed” them.

Amber Shearer and Dongayla Dodson claimed that following the alleged rape they had to demand a rape kit and also alleged that they tested positive for multiple drugs that were put inside their beverages while visiting the beach.

They claimed that their alleged attackers were workers at a local resort and alleged that they were drugged. Their interview aired last night on LEX 18, a news station in Lexington Kentucky.

Police have arrested two men, a 54-year-old of Eight Mile Rock and a 40-year-old male from South Bahamia for the alleged incident.

About Genea Noel

Genea Noel is the news director and weeknight TV news anchor at Eyewitness News. She began working at Eyewitness News in 2018 as the newsroom editor and was subsequently promoted during her tenure. As a household name who graces the screens of thousands of Bahamian homes each night, Genea has racked up an impressive five Bahamas Press Club awards, including “The Cyril Stevenson Award for Outstanding Political Journalism” (2020), “Best Studio Live Producer” (2020) and “Best Newscast” (2018).


Here Dongayla is saying that they were refused a rape kit but on her page she posted that the police allowed them to rape kits.
If you lie about on free thing then you lose credibly.

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