TWIN FALLS, Idaho - Justin Crawford has admitted to using Craigslist to solicit men to rape his wife without her knowledge or consent. The 32-year-old has been accused of posting ads in Craigslist’s Casual Encounters section, posing as a woman wanting to fulfill her rape fantasies.
According to reports, Crawford would then engage in conversations with the men who answered the ads, arranging the time and place that “she” wanted the men to come over and rape her. Surprisingly, two men showed up to the home on two separate occasions.
The first man showed up a little after midnight Friday while Crawford was away working for the Army National Guard. When his wife answered the door, a man asked her name and then used the line I like to use on random women when I feel like getting maced. “I’m here for you,” the man said before forcing his way into the home.
The guy was probably enjoying himself at first, thinking this woman really wanted this to be as realistic as possible as he chased her around the house. Not sure how he felt when she was able to get her hands on a 9mm handgun, but he was able to get the gun away from her. Although no one was seriously hurt during the struggle, a shot was fired through the bed. The man then fled the house and drove away at a high rate of speed.
While police were probably seeing where the trail of shit left by the first man led, a second man showed up Saturday and the previous encounter was repeated. The only difference being that the woman didn’t lose the gun this time and used it to hold the man in her living room at gunpoint until police arrived. When questioned, the man told police he was just trying fulfill a woman’s fantasy of being raped and had exchanged several emails with the woman beforehand. “He was told to force his way inside and rape the woman there and not stop no matter how much she resisted,” the police report states.
After some investigating, police were able to track the emails the man had received from the “woman” and found that the email address belonged to Justin Crawford. They also traced the IP address of the computer from where the emails originated to a computer located at the Army National Guard in Mountain Home where Crawford works. Crawford eventually admitted to using Craigslist to set up the attacks. He was arrested and charged with solicitation of rape and burglary. His bail was set at $100,000.Tags: Craigslist, Idaho, Justin Crawford, Rape