A Freeport, New York, woman has her boyfriend and his brother to
thank for rescuing her from a rapist. First Squad Det. Lt. Andrew
Fal of Nassau, New York, reported that the suspect was believed to
have been hiding in the basement of the home for some time. When the
woman's boyfriend left for work, the intruder hid his face with a
surgical mask and went upstairs. He attacked the woman in her
bedroom, punching her repeatedly in the face, and then tried to rape
her. The boyfriend's brother, who also lives in the home, heard the
commotion and thought his brother was having a fight with his
girlfriend. He called the brother on his cell phone to see what was
going on, and when his brother told him he was driving to work, the
two realized the woman was in real trouble. The brother called the
police and retrieved a 9mm pistol. The woman's boyfriend returned to
the house where he and his brother confronted her attacker, holding
him at gunpoint until authorities arrived and placed her attacker
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