Rehoboth man, 21, pleads guilty to rape and child abuse
REHOBOTH, Mass. (WLNE) — A 21-year old Rehoboth man plead guilty last week for rape and child abuse in Fall River Superior Court.
Bristol County District Attorney Thomas M. Quinn said Friday that Trevor Breckenridge was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
He also has to register with the state’s Sex Offender Registry Board and will be on supervised probation for three years after his release.
Breckenridge was friends with the 14-year-old victims older brother.
On June 17, 2020, Breckenridge was at the victim’s home hanging out with her brother.
The victim said Breckenridge entered her bedroom, kissed her, and pushed her on the bed.
Despite her telling him “no, just kissing,” he pinned her down, and assaulted her.
Breckenridge continued to grab the victim by the ankle and neck to hold her down.
He told her “no, this is happening,” as he continued to strangle her while he raped her.
After the assault, the victim told her brother’s girlfriend what happened.
Police wee immediately called and the 14-year-old was taken to the hospital.
Breckenridge’s sperm was found on her underwear.
While the case was pending, Breckenridge posted bail.
Quinn said while he was on release, he was arrested for indecent assault and battery on a person over 14.
In that case, the female victim said Breckenridge groped her.
His bail was revoked and he was detained.
“He needs to be kept off the streets to protect female victims and society,” Quinn concluded.