Three Men Accused Of Ramming, Carjacking Car On East End In Order To Rape Underage Caucasian Girl Are Brought Up On Additional Charges
FORMER FUGITIVE: Hubert Willis “Blackest” Lee, Jr. fled the island soon after the East End Carjacking Rape in May. Lee was captured by the U.S. Marshals Service in Fayetteville, North Carolina in June.
FREDERIKSTED — Three men charged in a May carjacking on the East End of St. Croix which culminated in a minor girl being raped have been brought up on additional charges.
The charges stem from a pair of burglaries that took place around the same time, according to the Virgin Islands Police Department (VIPD).
The three suspects are: Link Baltimore Jr., 18; Hubert Willis “Blackest” Lee Jr., 21; and Youan Rodriquez, 22, the VIPD reported.
According to police, all three men were arrested and charged with third-degree burglary pursuant to a warrant by a Superior Court magistrate on Aug. 25.
First, the three men forced their way through the glass sliding door of a residence in Estate Annaly, the police report said.
Once inside they vandalized the residence and removed several items from the residence before leaving in a pick-up truck belonging to the owners of the residence.
Then on May 6, the men allegedly forced their way through the front door of Rhythm’s at Rainbow Beach in Frederiksted, removing several items including more than $4,000 in U.S. currency, police said.
Bail was set $100,000 for each of the three suspects.
All three were already detained for previous charges in the East End Road carjacking rape incident that took place on May 6.
ARRESTED ON ADDITIONAL CHARGES: Youan Rodriguez, 22, along with Link Baltimore, 18, and Hubert Willis “Blackest” Lee, Jr., 21, were re-arrested on additional charges related to two May burglaries on Aug. 25.