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-Inmate Jhon M. Rosado (Source: Ohio Department of Corrections) -Inmate Jhon M. Rosado (Source: Ohio Department of Corrections)
BOWLING GREEN, OH (Toledo News Now) -Inmate Jhon M. Rosado has escaped from the Northwest Community Correction Center in Bowling Green located at 1740 E. Gypsy Lane Rd. Rosado was indicted in June, accused of tying up and raping his ex-girlfriend in a Bowling Green apartment. Police say Rosado entered the apartment and tied up the victim with duct tape. The victim's two young children were in the apartment at the time. A police report says her 10-year-old son heard his mother screaming. He went into the room and told Rosado, "don't hurt my mommy.'" She told police she told her son to go wait in his room. The victim told police she was repeatedly raped for hours, from the evening of Friday, May 16 until around 4:30 p.m. the next day. Police say the victim was eventually able to cut herself free from the duct tape with a knife, ran out to the parking lot and called for help. "We were able to find him still on the scene. He had ingested some pills that knocked him out and he was still passed out in the bedroom so he was taken into custody. We charged him with aggravated burglary and one count of rape," said Tony Hetrick, Deputy Chief of Police.


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(CNN) - Australian authorities disrupted what they described as a pending attack "on a member of the public," part of a sweeping counterterrorism operation on Thursday that came just days after the country raised its terror alert level to high. At least one person was arrested in connection with "terrorism offenses," and another 15 were detained during more than two dozen searches in Sydney, acting Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin said at a news conference. Authorities declined to detail the specific threat, citing an ongoing operation. The identity of the suspect in custody, and the specific charges were expected to be released later in the day following a court appearance, they said.


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