Teen Boy Strangles His Girlfriend to Death Because She Refused to Have Sex With Him
Male entitlement runs high in our culture and in others. Here’s another example:
Jacob Boyd, an Irving Nimitz High School junior, is accused of strangling his ex-girlfriend to death after she declined to have sex with him, according to an affidavit.
The probable cause affidavit obtained by the Star-TelegramWednesday says that Boyd, 17, and Rachel Wiest were at a friend’s garage on Monday afternoon, discussing their relationship when she was strangled.
The affidavit says Boyd, 17, kept his hold on Wiest, 16, a sophomore at Nimitz, until she stopped moving.
An ex-boyfriend has been charged with killing a 16-year-old Nimitz High School sophomore, Irving police say.
Jacob Lee Boyd, 17, confessed he choked Racheal Jean Wiest during an argument Monday at their friend’s home, police spokesman James McLellan said. She died about 1 a.m. Tuesday at Parkland Memorial Hospital.
Officers found Racheal about 5 p.m. Monday after they were called to the home in the 300 block of East Sixth Street.
Boyd, a junior at Nimitz, said he and Racheal had been discussing their relationship, which ended two weeks ago after about a year of dating. When he asked her to have sex with him, she refused and tried to leave, according to an affidavit.
By CBS NEWS
May 27, 2015, 12:36 PM
IRVING, Texas — A 17-year-old [Jacob Lee Boyd] is accused of killing his high school girlfriend [Racheal Jean Wiest] at a friend’s home in an apparent rage, reports CBS DFW.
…Wiest was taken to the hospital, where she died, according to the paper.
An Irving Police Department spokesperson told the Morning News that Boyd then began to tell police what happened — without having been read his rights. He was then arrested and charged with murder.
According to the police report, Boyd became angry when Wiest had refused to have sex with him. He allegedly put her in a choke hold for “…5 to 10 minutes until, her face turned blue and her body stopped twitching,” CBS DFW reported.
Students at Nimitz High School told the station that the victim had tried breaking up with the suspect numerous times and that he wouldn’t take no for an answer.