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High school students arrested in rape of woman in Norcross

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Kevin Dominguez, 18, and two 16-year-olds are accused of raping a pregnant woman. Kevin Dominguez, 18, and two 16-year-olds are accused of raping a pregnant woman.
NORCROSS, Ga. -

Gwinnett County police have made three arrests in the brutal rape and beating of a woman in Norcross.

Police tell FOX 5 that all of the suspects are students at Norcross High. Two suspects – Victor Cruz-Ramirez and Marvin Sanchez – are 16 years old. A third, Kevin Dominguez, is 18.

They are accused of a raping a woman behind a restaurant on Buford Highway in the early hours of Sept. 28.  The victim said she went outside the restaurant to smoke a cigarette with three men, who then allegedly dragged her behind some bushes and then beat and sexually assaulted her. The three men then fled.

The woman made her way to an apartment complex, where she lay bleeding for several hours until some Good Samaritans helped her and called police.

Friends of the victim said she was two months pregnant at the time of the attack.

Authorities said that tips from victim and others at the restaurant led them to the suspects.

The three suspects have been charged with rape, aggravated sodomy, aggravated battery, kidnapping and false imprisonment.  

Dominguez is behind held at custody at the Gwinnett County Detention Center without bond.

Cruz and Sanchez, who are charged as adults, are being held at the Gwinnett Regional Youth Detention Center due to their age.

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