Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Norwalk Police: woman falsely reported rape


NORWALK -- A city woman was arrested Thursday for falsely reporting a rape after her husband discovered evidence of an extramarital affair, and her lover was arrested for roughing her up, police said.

Greybi Vasquez, 38, of 115 Ely Ave., was charged with making a false statement. She posted $1,000 bond.

Gerardo Aguilar-Aparicio, 23, also of 115 Ely Ave., was charged with unlawful restraint and third-degree assault. He posted $10,000 bond.

Both suspects were arraigned Friday at Norwalk Superior Court and issued protective orders, barring them from contacting one another.

Police say the trouble began when Vasquez's husband came home from work early Thursday morning and discovered another man's clothing in the couple's room. Vasquez and her husband live in a rooming house, and Vasquez told her husband that the couple's neighbor -- Aguilar-Aparicio -- beat her up and tried to rape her, police said.

Vasquez later went to the police station and gave police a sworn, written statement. Aguilar-Aparicio was arrested at noon. Thursday for domestic violence charges, and the investigation into the rape allegations continued, according to police.

The Detective Bureau of the Norwalk Police Department assumed the investigation and discovered the truth about the extramarital affair, police said. Vasquez had been having a consensual sexual relationship with Aguilar-Aparicio while her husband was at work, police said. Prior to the time when Vasquez's husband came home, Aguilar-Aparicio had visited the room, and the couple had consensual sex, police said.


Vasquez was arrested at 2:46 p.m. Thursday for making a false statement.