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Foster Village teen accused of raping, beating child indicted on multiple counts

Albert Agoot Albert Agoot
Vickie Kapp Vickie Kapp

By Minna Sugimoto - bio | email

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - He's accused of getting a 13-year-old girl into his truck by pretending there was an emergency, and then raping her. On Wednesday, a Foster Village teen was indicted on multiple counts of sexual assault, kidnapping and robbery.

Albert Agoot, 19, is accused of raping and terrorizing a child, who's supposed to be a family friend.

According to court documents, the suspect called the 13-year-old girl last Thursday and told her that a family friend who has cancer was dying, and that he would pick her up at her relative's house in Waipahu to take her to the hospital.

Prosecutors say once she was inside his truck, Agoot became violent.

"The suspect blindfolded the complainant and bound her hands behind her back and struck her several times to the head and threatened to shoot her," Vickie Kapp, deputy prosecutor, said.

Investigators say Agoot pulled into the driveway of his home on Olino Street in Foster Village, took off the girl's clothes, sexually assaulted her and beat her -- all while in his truck.

She told police he then drove to the Burger King on Kaahumanu Street in Pearl City and parked for awhile, before returning to Foster Village.

"He then subjected her to numerous sexual offenses using force," Kapp said. "He also robbed her of her cell phone. She was able to escape."

The child, still bound and naked, eventually ran to her parents' house nearby, where her father called 911.

Police convinced the suspect to meet them in the parking lot of the Wal-Mart in Kunia, where he was arrested. After an Oahu grand jury returned the indictment, a judge confirmed Agoot's bail at $300,000.

"In this case, we are also asking for a no-contact order," Kapp said.

The suspect's arraignment date has not been set.

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