Woman beaten, sexually assaulted in Sonoma after leaving SF bar


The charges allegedly relate to a period of nearly two years which was more than a decade ago - although one of the charges alleges that a sexual assault occurred more recently, in 2013. From there, police say Detor digitally penetrated the victim who reportedly cried out in pain.

The victim told officers she had been drinking at a Mission District bar. She said the male driver drove to a location in Sonoma where she was beaten and choked by the rear seat passenger and sexually assaulted by the passenger and driver, Crum said. From there, police would then be able to do a formal investigation, Smyth said. That information will be entered into a national database that tracks violent offenders, even though it will not be treated the same as a formal complaint to police.

Police are warning people after an attempted sexual assault in the Ashburn neighborhood.

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She said third party reporting is firstly an important tool for survivors and secondly a tool for law enforcement. Told her parents he took her to McDonald's and assaulted her in a truck three years earlier. With the #MeToo and Time's Up movements, there has been an increase, she said.

The victims are given the option to make a formal report to police or leave one with the agency to given to police without the victim's name.

Hannah Light-Olson '18, another student involved in organizing the week's events, said that the administration is paying attention and is improving its response system and policy for sexual assault reports.