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Two arrested in brutal bathroom attack in Shirley

Two arrested in brutal bathroom attack

BY BILL MASON
Newsday Staff Writer

October 19, 2006


Two teens were arrested in the brutal sexual assault of a developmentally disabled man who was attacked with a plumbing snake in a Shirley bowling alley bathroom, Suffolk police said yesterday.

The 21-year-old victim was hospitalized at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center, and two Shirley teens, ages 17 and 19, were charged with first-degree aggravated sexual abuse, police said.


The attackers followed the victim into a bathroom at the AMF Shirley Lanes on the Green, off William Floyd Parkway, police said. While one attacker held down the victim, the other forced the plumbing snake into his rectum and spun it several times, causing internal injuries, police said.

The snake was removed at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital, police said. No information on the victim's condition was available last night.

Steven Rodriguez, 19, of 117 Hounslow Rd., was arrested Monday and arraigned Tuesday in First District Court, Central Islip. He was ordered held on $100,000 cash bail, or $200,000 bond, at the Riverhead jail. Michael Lunsford, 17, of 106 Lexington Ave., was arrested yesterday and was being held at the Seventh Precinct for arraignment today in First District Court.

First-degree sexual assault is a Class B felony, punishable upon conviction by up to 25 years' imprisonment.

Last night at the bowling alley, a man who identified himself as a former employee said people who were there on Saturday told him that the victim and one of the suspects had a confrontation that day outside the bowling alley.

"But I don't know what could have prompted this," the former employee, who declined to be identified, said of the alleged attack.

The former employee said he was "dumbfounded" when he heard about the alleged attack on the disabled man. "This is something that's going to stay with him for the rest of his life," he said. Steven Rodriguez


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