The family of the 93-year-old grandma who was raped to death by 19-year-old boy are demanding justice and that the mother's killer be electrocuted.
In a vicious attack, a man walked into a woman’s home, beat her, raped her, and then passed out on top of her.
Prosecutors in Omaha, Nebraska have charged 19-year-old Sergio Martinez-Perez with first-degree murder and sexual assault after his victim, a 93-years-old widow, died of her wounds. Louise Sollowin died three days after the man went into her house and attacked her, Omaha Police said.
The grandma was found by an officer, who was sent to check on the woman at her home in South Omaha, where she had lived for the past 71 years. Sollowin was found about 9:00 am Sunday in her bedroom, and Martinez-Perez, 19, was reportedly found naked and unconscious on top of the woman when police arrived.
Authorities believe Martinez-Perez entered the house through a back door, which was unlocked. Prosecutors said that Martinez-Perez admitted assaulting and raping the elderly woman after a night of drinking because he was "angry with women".
Sollowin’s family members are angry and broken-hearted over the senseless killing of the innocent woman. "My grandmother loved her family and her family loved her. She was all about family,” granddaughter Teresa Hartzell said.