Cops: Woman dragged into woods, assaulted and robbed at Atlanta apartments

The woman told police she was sitting in a pickup truck with two men outside the Ashley Cascade Apartments when one man fired a stun gun into her neck to incapacitate her, according to a police report.
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The woman told police she was sitting in a pickup truck with two men outside the Ashley Cascade Apartments when one man fired a stun gun into her neck to incapacitate her, according to a police report.

Police are on the lookout for two men in connection with a violent sexual assault and robbery of a woman in southwest Atlanta Wednesday night.

The woman told Atlanta police she was sitting in a pickup truck with the men when one of them fired a stun gun into her neck to incapacitate her. She was dragged into the woods and raped, according to a police report obtained by AJC.com.

“He then used his hands to choke her until she passed out,” police said in the report.

The assault happened behind the Ashley Cascade Apartments on Kimberly Way. When the woman came to, the men, her clothes, her cellphone and $400 cash were gone, she told police.

She walked until she found a passerby who called 911. The woman spoke with investigators from Grady Memorial Hospital early Thursday morning.

According to the police report, she told police she did not know the men, who were traveling in a gray Ford F-150.

An investigation is ongoing.

—Please return to AJC.com for updates.

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