FLORIDA – A Florida high school senior confessed to raping a teacher on campus and fleeing the scene of the crime in her stolen car.
Homestead Police arrested 18-year-old Victor Marshall Nash after the Friday attack. He made his first court appearance Monday, where a judge set the South Dade Senior High School student’s bond at $62,500.
Police said Nash attacked two hours after the final bell Friday.
When the teen placed his arms around the teacher, she cried “no” and “stop,” according to the arrest report. When she tried to push him away, he body slammed her to the ground and choked her until she lost consciousness.
Then, Nash raped his victim, police said.
When he was finished, he placed the used condom in her purse and took out her keys and cellphone. He threw the phone in the garbage, left the school, got in her car and drove off, police said.
Police found Nash driving in the teacher’s car several hours later.
He confessed, and police charged him with sexual battery, attempted felony murder, robbery and grand theft, WSVN reported.
Nash’s grandmother, Annie Nash, said the teen could have learned the behavior from his father, who is a registered sex offender. Victor Nash Sr. faced aggravated child abuse charges in 1997 and sexual battery charges in 2000, NBC Miami reported. (read more)