Fox 17 Denver reporter Jennifer O’Brien spoke with a woman who says she was in a Walmart parking lot in Fargo, North Dakota, when she says two men in a black pickup truck drove up to her and forced her to her knees.
O’Brien said she was raped by one of the men.
She said she’s grateful that a police officer was able to intervene.
“I feel like the police were very quick to respond,” she said.
“They helped me to get my head out of the car.”
O’Shea says she’s a customer service representative for a Wells Fargo bank in Fargo.
The company told her that they received a report about the incident.
O`Brien says the police officer called her after he saw her and saw her bloodied face.
She says she told the officer she was scared.
“He said, ‘Well, you have a right to be afraid,'” O’Hea said.
O�Brien said the officer told her she would have to go to the police station to report the incident to the prosecutor’s office.
“The next day, the prosecutor called me and said, you’ve had enough,” O’O�Brien told FOX 17.
Obert says the woman’s story is not the first time she’s been attacked by the man she says was her boyfriend.
Ollie Jones was arrested in November of 2016 and charged with felony battery.
Police said Jones repeatedly raped a woman he met online.
Jones told FOX 9 that he knew the woman and she was a Wells representative.
“We didn’t do anything wrong, she said,” O�Brien told FOX 18.
“She said that it wasn’t her fault that she was there.”
O�Reilly also spoke with the woman who said she went to the Fargo police station because she was worried about the man who attacked her.
Oellie Jones, charged with Felony Battery, said police officer did nothing wrong.
“That’s just the way he was,” she told FOX 13.
“A guy with a gun,” Oellies alleged.
“It’s just a fact.”
FOX 13 News reached out to the local police department for comment.
OBC’s O’Reilly also said she believes the police should investigate the incident, because she didn’t see a gun, and the victim didn’t scream.
The Fargo Police Department says it has no comment on the case.