Two brothers from Asbury Park, NJ., allegedly offered a ride to four teenage girls, took the teens to their home, ‘before plying them with drugs and raping three of them’
Wilfrid Cesaire, 28, and his younger brother Wilson Cesaire, 21, were charged with kidnapping, sexual assault, endangering the welfare of a child, endangering another person
The Cesaire brothers reportedly, approached the teens as they walked and offered them a ride
They girls allegedly were taken to the Cesaire brothers’ home where they were given marijuana, ecstasy and alcohol before being sexually assaulted
After the girls were reported missing from Millstone Township in New Jersey, they were found hours later in the early morning hours of April 22 in Asbury Park and Neptune
If convicted, the defendants are facing up to life imprisonment, would be required to register as sex offenders and subject to parole supervision for life
Wilson Cesaire, 21, and his brother Wilfrid Cesaire, 28, were arrested after giving a ride to a group of four teenage girls before then offering them a host of drugs and then allegedly raping them.
The teen girls from Millstone, New Jersey were walking in the early hours of April 22 when Wilson and Wilfrid Cesaire, pulled over to the side of the road and invited the juveniles into their car.
The alleged assaults took place at the Cesaires’ home in Asbury Park where the girls were brought after first stopping at a QuickChek convenience store in Manalapan, NJ.com reports.
Whilst at the home the group were offered marijuana, ecstasy and alcohol before thee rape incident. At least three of them were sexually assaulted, police say.
The victims were reported missing by the following morning and were later found in Asbury Park and Neptune Township.
‘This must be repeated over and over again – you do not take rides from strangers.’ Monmouth County Prosecutor Chris Gramiccioni said. ‘There are predators who will obviously take advantage of any situation as it presents itself.’
The Cesaire brothers have been charged with kidnapping, sexual assault, endangering the welfare of a child, endangering another person and cruelty and neglect of children after they were arrested on Friday.
The ages of the victims have not been disclosed by the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.
If convicted, the defendants are facing up to life imprisonment and would be subject to parole supervision for life and required to register under Megan’s Law.
The Cesaire brothers are being held at the Monmouth County Correctional Institute pending their May 6 detention hearing.