Police: Man forced his way into woman’s home, raped her

Police: Man forced his way into woman’s home, raped her
Osceola police say Charles Davis forced his way into a woman's home and raped her. (Source: Mississippi Co. Sheriff's Office)

OSCEOLA, AR (KAIT) - An Osceola man faces a rape charge after police say he forced himself into a woman’s home then forced himself onto her.

On the morning of Nov. 18, the barefoot victim walked to the Osceola Police Department to report 39-year-old Charles Micheal Davis had kicked in the front door of her home on Poplar Street and demanded she go with him to Bel-Air.

When she refused to leave, she said Davis became angry, ripped off her clothes before throwing her onto the couch where he began to “force himself on her.”

According to the incident report, when the woman tried to push Davis off of her he began “punching her in the face multiple times.”

Fearing for her life, the woman told police she begged Davis to stop and said it was rape.

“I don’t care,” Davis is alleged to have told the woman. “You don’t have no choice.”

After the alleged assault, the woman grabbed her clothes and ran out the door. Davis reportedly followed the woman and threatened to “kill her” if she contacted police.

The woman claimed Davis took her two cell phones so she could not call police.

When the woman arrived at the police station, Officer Pedro Moreira noted in the incident report that she had “large swelling on her face around both her eyes.”

The victim was taken to a local hospital’s emergency room for treatment of her injuries and to have a rape kit performed. A detective stayed with her while Officer Moreiro went and arrested Davis.

Davis is being held in the Mississippi County Detention Center on one count of forcible rape, interference with emergency communications, terroristic threatening, residential burglary, domestic battery, and parole violation.

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