Woman claimed she was tied up and raped. Then Florida cops discovered one thing ‘disheartening’

A South Dakota lady recounted a harrowing crime to Florida 911 operators via tears past 7 days — stating she was shoved in the back of a motor vehicle, tied up and raped.

Deputies promptly moved to uncover an alleged rapist but soon learned the woman was lying, authorities claimed. She’s now hunting at jail time for having gain of legislation enforcement.

Renee Dawn Skoglund, a 30-12 months-outdated from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, faces rates of misuse of a 911 method, false report of a crime, and fabricating physical evidence. She was arrested Monday and stays in a South Dakota jail, awaiting extradition to Florida.

On March 8, Skoglund identified as 911 and explained to Hillsborough County Sheriff’s deputies about the alleged sexual assault. While on Interstate 75, she assumed she read a noise coming from her rental car or truck, like a flat tire, and pulled above to verify.

That is when a dark car or truck stopped behind her and an unidentified person received out, she informed the operator in the 911 call. Allegedly, the person shoved her in the back of the rental motor vehicle, blindfolded her, tied rope close to her palms and feet — then raped her.

Deputies identified the rope in the place she stated and figured out it was sold at Walmart. Following heading to numerous Walmart merchants, detectives located movie of Skoglund acquiring the rope eight hours before the assault.

Following this discovery, detectives uncovered extra online video of Skoglund in diverse spots around the time of the assault, refuting her original statements, deputies stated.

When Skoglund returned to South Dakota, she also claimed the rape to Sioux Falls Law enforcement Division to get medical focus. Authorities informed her what they located in their investigation and deputies say she eventually confessed to fabricating the entire crime.

“We are fully commited to dedicating major methods to investigating any crime. I’m outraged by this lie, and I hope that anyone who believes it is okay to falsify a report realizes the severity of their steps,” Chronister said. “I’d like to thank the Sioux Falls Law enforcement section and the Point out Attorney’s Business office for their aid in this scenario.”

The Fort News