Gotta love Torrington…..
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Woman accused of kidnapping Boy, 15, held after rock salt sold as ecstasy December 30, 2016 – Local
LITCHFIELD – A Torrington woman accused of abducting and assaulting a 15-year-old boy on Thanksgiving after he sold her rock salt instead of ecstasy was ordered held on $400,000 bond Friday and placed on a suicide watch.
Police allege Isamar Dirocie, 26, paid $85 for a quantity of ecstasy, also known as “mollie,” after meeting the juvenile through a third party. She popped some of the drug in her mouth and then spit it out after tasting salt, according to the warrant for her arrest.
Then she sought revenge, police allege.
Dirocie invited the teen by text message on a “blunt ride,” involving drugs, and he accepted, according to the warrant.
After he got into her car, Dirocie locked the doors and ordered the juvenile to remove his clothing down to his boxer shorts, according to the warrant. Dirocie kept his necklaces and cellphone, police allege. His black sneakers, socks and jeans were thrown out the window near Stillwater Pond Road where they were later found by police, according to the warrant.
Then the boy was blindfolded to keep him from knowing where Dirocie lived, police allege. After being taken into the apartment at 591 Prospect St. in Torrington, the teen was ordered to remove his boxer shorts, according to the warrant. Then a rope was tied around the boy’s neck, and he was punched, kicked and choked, the warrant alleges.
Police allege Dirocie held a knife to the teen’s neck. The teen told police he wondered if the woman intended to kill him.
At some point during the night, she gave him sweatpants and a T-shirt, and drove around with him, according to the warrant. She apologized for “ruining his night,” according to police.
When Dirocie returned to her home and became embroiled in an argument with another tenant, the teen fled, police said. He ran to the Cumberland Farms store on South Main Street on Nov. 25 at 1:48 a.m. and asked a clerk to call police.
When asked what happened, the teen first claimed he was the middle man in a marijuana deal, according to police.
When police located Dirocie on the front porch of her home at 591 Prospect St. on Dec. 8, she told officers they were ruining her “high,” police said.
Dirocie was served Friday with the warrant on charges of felony kidnapping and robbery, assault, risk of injury and tampering after she appeared for a previous case of strangulation, assault, interfering and third-degree larceny alleged to have occurred on July 31.