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Wisconsin man arranges meeting on app, kidnaps and assaults woman

Posted at 9:55 PM, Nov 22, 2018

MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin — A Milwaukee man has been charged for the assault and kidnap of a woman who he met on the app 'Tagged.'

According to the criminal complaint, the victim said she entered a vehicle with Davoncia Kelly McAfee near the intersection of 58th and Hampton on Nov. 13. While in the car, an unknown man appeared from the back seat, wrapped his arms around her face, put what felt like a handgun to the back of her neck and told her to come to the back seat where he placed a blindfold over her eyes.

McAfee then drove the vehicle for approximately 15 more minutes before coming to a stop. He and the man in the backseat told the victim not to move or scream as they led her out of the vehicle and up a set of stairs into an apartment living room area.

The victim was then assaulted by multiple male individuals in the home.

She was later taken back to her vehicle while still wearing the blindfold and was told not to turn around when she was dropped off or they would "blow her head off."

During the incident, the suspects took the victim's cellphone, sweatshirt, Wisconsin ID card, $40 and paperwork from her employer.

The victim later made a Facebook post using images from McAfee's Tagged account to identify him and turn him into the Milwaukee Police Department.

Police conducted interviews with McAfee where he admitted to setting up dates on the internet for sex.

Police also executed a search warrant at the apartment where the victim was taken. They found a magazine for a Smith and Wesson handgun with six unfired .40 caliber cartridges and an ammunition tray with more unfired cartridges inside the residence.

McAfee faces charges for First Degree Sexual Assault (Forcibly Aiding & Abetting) - PTAC and As a Party to a Crime, Kidnapping (Carries Forcibly) - PTAC, As a Party to a Crime. He faces imprisonment up to 100 years, a fine of $100,000 or both.