Woman, who was allegedly meeting with men for seх at hotels before overdosing her “prey” with fentanуI during the seхuaI encounter so she could rob them of their possession pleads not guilty on four counts of murder

Prosecutors said a 33-year-old woman has been indicted on multiple charges, including four counts of murder, stemming from a series of incidents where she allegedly drugged men during seхuaI encounters to rob them.

The woman, identified as Rebecca, faces multiple charges, including involuntary manslaughter, aggravated robbery, felonious assault, corrupting another with drugs, tampering with evidence, and drug trafficking. These charges were brought against her after a detailed investigation by the authorities. The Task Force’s investigation began following tips about a woman who was meeting men for seх and then dгugging them to steal their belongings.

One particular case brought to light was the death of a 30-year-old man identified as Joseph in January. CPD responded to an overdose report where Joseph was found and later pronounced dead at a hospital. Rebecca was arrested after being identified as the suspect in connection with this incident. She admitted to providing the narcotics that led to his death and confessed to robbing him while he was incapacitated. It was reported that she had mixed fentanуI in a сraсk рiрe and subsequently stole the victim’s car and debit card.

The investigation also revealed that Rebecca was meeting with men for seх at hotels between December 2022 and June 2023. Starting in December 2022, Rebecca was linked to several overdoses and robberies. In four instances, individuals succumbed to fatal overdoses. The fatal meetings reportedly took place on January 15, April 1, April 13, and June 17, according to court records. Rebecca pleaded not guilty to the charges brought against her and is currently being held in jail.

Gayle Gordon

As a college student, making an extra buck now and then was very important. I started as a part-time reporter since I was 19 yo, and I couldn’t believe it might become a long-time career. I'm happy to be part of the Virginian Tribune's team.

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