Boy, 13, arrested over rape of another schoolboy in London

Scene picture of bushes adjacent to Nuffield Gym on Cemetery Road where a sex attack took place on November 1st 2015 by Johnathon Paul holmes. See Ross Parry copy RPYKEYS : This is the battered face of sex attacker Johnathon Paul holmes who was clobbered by his terrified victim with her KEYS as he tried to rape her - leaving him looking like Frankensteinís monster. Johnathon (corr) Holmes, 35, dragged the woman into a hedge but she hit him in the face with her keys and bit down on his tongue as he forced it inside her mouth. His police mugshot bears an uncanny resemblance to Frankensteinís monster and he has now been jailed for four-and-a-half years for the horrific attack. His victim told Sheffield Crown Court: ìI believed without a doubt this man was going to rape me.

A teenager has been arrested after another schoolboy was raped in a park in north west London.

The 13-year-old was taken into custody following the attack in Roe Green Park, Kingsbury, yesterday.

The victim, aged either 13 or 14, told police that he was raped yesterday morning at around 9am.

Parents at a nearby school were sent an email that said: ‘An incident has happened in Roe Green Park and therefore we want to remind you of key messages to keep you safe.

‘Where possible try not to travel alone. We encourage you to come to school on time, so you are travelling with the majority of our school.

‘At the end of the day please let your parents know where you are going to be and ensure you have safe plans to get home with others.

‘If you are feeling uncomfortable, seek help and/or come back to the school.’

One mother said that her daughters were told not to go through the park on their way home.

A Met Police spokesman said: ‘Police investigating a rape in Roe Green Park, Kingsbury Road, NW9 at around 9am on Tuesday, May 16, have made an arrest.

‘A 13-year-old was arrested on Wednesday, May 17 on suspicion of rape. He remains in custody at a north London police station.’

He added: ‘The victim, a boy aged in his early teens, was assaulted by another male in the park.’

Extra patrols have been put in place and school police liaison officers are working to reassure children and their parents.

 

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