3 Women Arrested in Connection With ‘Brutal’ Hartford Attack
Three Hartford women face kidnapping and assault charges after cell phone video surfaced of what police call a brutal attack on Rowe Avenue last year.
According to Hartford police, they became aware of cell phone video of the attack in March 2018. In the video, three women beat and strip a female victim while onlookers cheer them on.
The Major Crimes Division began investigating and determined the assault happened on Rowe Avenue in August 2017. When they identified the victim she told them she was forced to Rowe Avenue and beaten.
Police arrested three suspects, identified as 30-year-old Ada Marrero, 33-year-old Waleska Bones, and 38-year-old Jacquelene Davila. All three were arrested and charged with second-degree kidnapping, second-degree assault and cruelty to persons.
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Investigators believe the crime was drug-related.
The three women were each issued a $250,000 bond.
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