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California Cop, Corrections Officer Arrested in Kidnap, Rape Case

April 05, 2010  | 

An off-duty Westminster, Calif., police detective and a California corrections officer were arrested late Saturday in connection with the alleged kidnapping and rape of a 25-year-old woman in Ontario.

According to  Sgt. David McBride of the Ontario Police Department, the woman was walking to her car in the parking lot of Ontario Mills Mall when Westminster police Det. Anthony Nicholas Orban and California Corrections Officer Jeff Thomas Jelinek approached her.

As the woman got in her car, Orban slid into the passenger side, pointed his service gun at her and told her to drive, McBride said. Jelinek allegedly stood by and watched.

Orban then ordered the woman to drive to a commercial complex, where he raped her at gunpoint, authorities said. At some point, the woman was able to get out of the car and ran to a local business, where she summoned police.

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