The four young men who were arrested in connection to Madison Brooks’ rape went before a judge on Tuesday, Jan. 24th for their bonds to be set.
Kaivon Washington, 18, was charged with third-degree rape. Casen Carver, 18, and Everett Lee, 27, have been booked and charged with principle to third degree rape.
Deputies also say a 17-year-old was also booked into juvenile detention. He was also charged with third degree rape.
Judge Brad Myers set the following bonds:
Washington: $150,000 + drug testing, house arrest, GPS with CJS, no firearm, no contact with victim’s family
Carver: $50,000 + drug testing, house arrest, GPS monitor with CTS, no firearm, no contact with victim’s family.
Lee: $75,000 + drug testing, house arrest, GPS monitor with CTS, no firearm, no contact with victim’s family
17-yr-old juvenile matter postponed until February
One key element now is Brooks’ BAC was nearly four times the legal limit at .319. Given that, was Brooks coherent and capable to even consent to sexual intercourse as the two teenagers who did have sex with her according to deputies, said she consented?
Officials however have said Brooks was not capable of consenting, which is why the young men are facing rape charges now.
Deputies have said Brooks was raped twice before she was dropped off outside the Pelican Lakes Parkway neighborhood. She then walked towards Burbank where she was hit by a vehicle and killed.