Monster Brutally Rapes Woman in Casino

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TRAVERSE CITY — Jake Alexander Daubenspeck faces a felony sex crime after a woman accused him of sexually assaulting her in a Turtle Creek Casino elevator. 


Daubenspeck, 22, of Vanderbilt, was charged with second- and fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct and three counts of assault and battery. Records state he has since been released from Grand Traverse County’s jail ahead of another hearing later this month.



Daubenspeck made lewd comments to a woman before hugging her and kissed the woman’s neck, records state. Daubenspeck then is alleged to have reached his hand up her shirt before the woman was able to reach her hotel room and lock the door behind her, according to court records.


Court records also noted Daubenspeck is accused of three separate assaults on three people that evening. Additional details on those misdemeanor charges weren't immediately available.

A hearing is scheduled for later this month.

- Jagajeet Chiba,

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