A Florida kidnapping suspect was shot in the head by a deputy during 15 hours of hard labor while holding a doctor hostage and repeatedly raped, officials said.
The sheriff’s office said 20-year-old Tzwi Olswang suffered serious injuries but survived and was held in the Palm Beach County Jail on Wednesday.
After receiving calls from the victims’ accomplices, deputies retaliated at Olswang’s home in Boca Raton at around 6:30 p.m. Saturday, asking him to conduct a welfare check.
A probable cause affidavit obtained by The Post said the caller told police that his partner failed to return home from his client’s home after their treatment session.
When the MLAs reached near the residence, they heard a woman shouting for help and forcibly entered inside.
On reaching the master bedroom, the deputy found Olswang standing inside a cell and found a woman with a knife around her neck, officials said.
After refusing repeated orders to release the knife by Allswang, Sgt. William Nogueres shot him in the head once, freeing the hostage.
The woman was taken to hospital in a stable condition and treated for injuries to her head and body from being allegedly beaten up and raped by Olswang.
During an emotional interview with investigators, the woman said that she had gone to Olswang’s home last Friday evening to conduct a therapy session.
She said she was aware that Allswang had a sexual battery charge as a teenager.
At the end of their meeting, the victim said that Olswang held her around the chest in a “bear’s neck” and said she could not move. He then snatched the woman’s phone and tied her hands behind her back with duct tape, according to the affidavit.
“During the night he pleaded for her to be let go and he said he would not let her go,” the court document said.
Olswang allegedly hit the therapist all over her body with his hands and knees, biting her nipple and raping her “multiple times”, including through a vibration massage, which the victim said “really hurt her”. Is.”
The woman told detectives that on several occasions during her captivity she thought Olswang would kill her.
When the deputy finally responded at the home, the woman said Allswang held a large kitchen knife against her throat and warned her to keep quiet, “or he would slit her throat,” according to the filing.
Olswang faces half a dozen felony charges, including attempted murder with a weapon, four counts of sexual battery with force, and kidnapping.
His graphic booking photo shows severe swelling with a bandage on his head and bruises on his right eye.
Olswang appeared in his preliminary court on Thursday and was ordered to be held without bond. He is expected to return before a judge on August 8.
Nogueres, a 14-year veteran currently assigned to a K-9 unit, has been placed on paid administrative leave for the result of an internal investigation.