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Man Charged in Rest-Home Rape

Posted January 24, 2007
Updated April 9, 2008

Authorities have arrested a man accused of raping a female resident at a Louisburg rest home.

Kevin Greg Brake, 44, of Castalia, was arrested Monday and charged with second-degree rape in connection with the Aug. 6, 2006, incident at Louisburg Gardens.

Authorities are also investigating two other incidents that occurred at the facility in November, authorities said.

Brake was in the Fanklin County Jail under a $75,000 bond Wednesday. He is scheduled to appear in court Feb. 5.


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  • Just a thought Jan 25, 2007

    could someone please tell me what the difference between first degree and second degree rape is? and yes I agree...this is sick.

  • deerslayer Jan 25, 2007

    This is totally sick....

  • irishluck1978 Jan 25, 2007

    Just let the boys in jail know that he is in there for raping an elderly woman, 2 things convicts cannot stand, rape of children or elderly. His name is going to be shiela by the end of his first night there. I hope they break him!

  • eyesonly4you27525 Jan 25, 2007

    What evidence pointed to this man? DNA? Witness?

  • beachdreaming2000 Jan 25, 2007

    What evidence pointed to this man? A witness? DNA?

  • beachdreaming2000 Jan 25, 2007

    What evidence pointed at this man? Did DNA reveal it?

  • jpalmer Jan 25, 2007

    This guy shoulkd be shot.

  • smullins Jan 25, 2007

    First degree rape = Having vaginal intercourse against the person's will, WHILE using a weapon, inflicting serious harm or with one or more people helping the offender.

    Second degree rape = vaginal intercourse against someone's will.

    Either way, they're both felonies with a sentence of 40 years and/or fine.

  • finallysingle Jan 25, 2007

    wonder why I can't seem to find a picture of him..hmmmm

  • patriot4liberty Jan 25, 2007

    why second-degree? the law calls for rape charges even in "consensual" situations where the victim is mentally impaired or under the influence of alcohol. I wonder what the circumstances were in this case. I'm extremely glad they charged him at all - abuse of a patient under one's care is, to me, as bad as accosting a child. abuse of authority like that, needs to be punished to the farthest extent of the law.