Four people are facing charges after a 16-year-old girl was held against her will in an Auburn cellar, confined to a chair by duct tape, burned with a lit cigarette and had her hair shaved off, police say. The girl was previously drugged and raped, police wrote in a statement of facts filed in Worcester Central District Court. Auburn police say that Krystal Lugo, Christopher Lugo, Yariel Torres-Abee and Yuleny Ortiz were at 10 White Terrace in Auburn on Wednesday. Christopher Lugo lives at the address, police wrote. Also inside the home was the transient 16-year-old, who police say was victimized by the defendants both before and after a home invasion at the residence on Wednesday.
Krystal Lugo and her 2-year-old child were in an upstairs bedroom during the early morning hours Wednesday when two armed men forced their way into the residence and confronted Christopher Lugo, police wrote. Three rounds were fired in the house. According to police, the purpose of the home invasion was to steal marijuana the gunmen believed was at the address. The suspects fled without any property. That’s when the four started to believe that the 16-year-old set up the home invasion, police wrote. Krystal Lugo was upset that her life and her child’s life were put in danger and tried to make the juvenile name the suspects, police wrote.
“The victim was said to have been confined to a chair via duct tape in the cellar of the home,” police wrote. “The victim stated that [Krystal Lugo] took her cell phone against her will, kicked and punched her and was involved in confining her while the victim was burned in the collar bone area of her body with a lit cigarette by a female known as ‘Katie.'”
Used and unused duct tape was found in the cellar, some of which was still on a post behind the chair, police wrote. Police said the juvenile told them that a machete was held against her neck and that Krystal Lugo told the person holding the machete to press it against the victim’s neck harder if she lied. It is not clear who was holding the machete, police wrote. The victim’s head was also shaved against her will, police wrote. A bag with what appeared to be hair inside was found in the cellar.
Multiple discarded condoms were also found in the cellar, police wrote. The victim told police that on Christmas she was given a “Xanax laced ‘blunt’ for the purpose of incapacitating her in order for the defendant to engage in sexual act(s) with her.” Police said Christopher Lugo told the victim that on Wednesday.
Krystal Lugo, 23, of Webster, is charged with kidnapping, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery and larceny under $250; Christopher Lugo, 19, is charged with kidnapping, rape and drug to confine; Torres-Abee, 22, of Southbridge, is charged with kidnapping and assault and battery; Ortiz, 19, of Auburn, is charged with kidnapping.
Shockingly he owns a hat with a curved brim, and she owns clothing that says, “SWAG” on it:
If you own any clothing that says, “SWAG” on it, you definitely passed the MCAS on your third try at best.
The two others from Southbridge don’t appear to be on Facebook. If they are, let us know. Here’s the thing with Facebook that we’ve learned over time – Latinos are much harder to find than white and black people. I’m not even kidding. Whenever someone is Hispanic we almost don’t even bother looking for them, because they’re smart enough not to use their real names. Basic wypipo leave everything open though. Free lunch.
Obviously the first thing we look for is the hat of champions. We almost couldn’t find it. Then this showed up:
There it is!!
If you could’t tell he was a crotchfruit from all the raping and kidnapping, the hat should’ve been your dead giveaway. Parents, if you see your child wearing one of these please burn it for their own good. You don’t want your babies appearing on Turtleboy. That will kill your property value.
Chris Lugo is a real winner too, which is why the only way he can get his weapon of ass destruction is wet is by feeding a 16 year old a roofy coolata and tying her up in the basement. Shockingly he is a “musical entrepreneur”:
Translation – he occasionally fills in on a 860 Money Crew rap video when 2$moke is in jail.
He’s come a long way from his Bay Path days when he was an acne covered moptop perpetual virgin:
Then he went the Private Pyle route:
Before finally giving up on hair and rocking the flat brim
Along the way he discovered marijuana. But instead of just getting high like a normal person, geeking out, and eating those 6 packs of chocolate donuts from Cumby’s, he did shit like this:
Bro, do you smoke weed? So edgy!
Once 18 hit and he finally graduated from puberty he immediately did what every chudlump from Webduh does – grew a chinstrap:
He gets one mulligan though, on account of that time he saved France from ISIS:
Seriously though, all this over weed?? Fucking weed? What the fuck is wrong with these gutter maggots? It’s legal in Massachusetts now. You don’t have to kill each other over it. They’re all from Webster and Southbridge too. Do you understand what weed costs in Webster and Southbridge? They sell it at the Dollar Store. If you’re so poor that you can’t afford weed in Webduh you should just give up on life.
And let me get this straight. The 2 year old is in a house where weed is being sold by her winner of a little brother. Dudes come there to rob them, steal nothing, and fire the gun inside. The “mother” is so afraid for her daughter’s safety that instead of calling the cops she elects to have a 16 year old child who she assumed set them up, beat her, tied up, shaved her head, watched her get raped, burned cigarettes on her face, and put a machete to her neck until she named names.
Keep that shit out of Auburn, and back in Southbridge where it belongs.
The bottom line is that the Lugos are obviously dangerous psychopaths. He should be be in jail for a long, long time, and she should never be allowed to see her child ever again. In a perfect world that’s how it would work. But this is Massachusetts, so some Deval Patrick judge will give them both a CWOF and they’ll be back to their ratchet behavior in no time. Until then, can we borrow those clippers Chris?