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Dougherty County rape suspect arrested

November 29, 2007

Dougherty County -- A 22-year old Dougherty County man wanted for kidnapping, beating, and raping a woman last week is arrested at his home.

 Dougherty County Police arrested 22-year old Brock McCroy late Tuesday after he spent four days on the run.

 Investigators say Friday McCroy and 20-year old Kenneth Simmons pulled a gun on a 36-year old woman at the house, took her to woods, raped and beat her.

Simmons was arrested that day. And McCroy's mother, Kathryn McCroy, was charged with lying to Police.

Investigators in Worth and Mitchell Counties helped track down McCroy.

His Mother was home when he was arrested.  Investigators say she cooperated with them this time.

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