Police: Man Charged With Sexual Battery May Have More Victims
South Florida Crime
BOYNTON BEACH (CBSMiami) – Detectives believe that a man, arrested and charged with sexual battery on a helpless person, may have other victims.
Issac Brevil, 26, was arrested Monday and is currently being held in Palm Beach County Jail on $50,000 bond.
Brevil, according to the probable cause affidavit, unlawfully committed sexual battery without the victim’s consent and while she was helpless.
The victim told police that she had gone out to a club with some friends on the night of February 27th and was drinking.
When the victim woke up the next morning, around 5:30 AM, she told police that she was at a house in Boynton Beach with the suspect who was having sexual intercourse with her against her will.
According to the report, the victim told the suspect to stop several times but he did not listen.
The victim was able to get the suspect’s tag and the suspect was identified through a photo lineup.
The suspect was located by Boynton Beach Police on March 11 at his place of employment, according to the report, and gave a voluntary statement on the alleged incident.
The suspect, according to police, admitted to being with the victim in the parking lot of the night club. He told police that he took the victim to an empty house in Boynton Beach because she was intoxicated, throwing up and, according to the report, could not even stand up.\
On the window of Brevil’s former home, where he allegedly took the victim, is a warning sign that reads “this building not to be occupied.”
Neighbors say they are stunned by the allegations and if Brevil did indeed bring the woman to the locked home, than security is lacking.
“There needs to be more security. There used to be a padlock on the door,” said a neighbor.
The suspect, however, denied having sexual relations with the victim. He did not want to voluntarily consent to a DNA swab.
The suspect stopped showing up for work after he was questioned by police.
Brevil was arrested in Broward County Monday by the U.S. Marshal’s Regional Fugitive Task Force