May 5, 2015
RICHMOND, Calif. (AP) - Authorities say a fourth man being sought on suspicion of gang-raping a lesbian last month in Richmond has surrendered to police.
The arrest today of 21-year-old Josue Gonzalez on a $1 million warrant for gang rape, kidnapping and carjacking came hours after police announced the arrests of another man and two teens in the case.
Richmond police Lt. Mark Gagan said Gonzalez asked for an attorney when he turned himself in but said nothing about his alleged role in the attack.
Detectives say the 28-year-old victim was attacked on Dec. 13 after she got out of her car, which bore a rainbow gay pride sticker.
Police say the alleged attackers made comments indicating they knew she was a lesbian.
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