Wait, Dude, You’re In The Wrong Car
Around 3:40 a.m. on January 1, 2015, Brown went to a 7-Eleven in South Bend.
The two clerks working that morning were Debra Pushee and Marcus Kraskowski.
After Pushee sold a customer a pack of cigarettes, Brown tried to steal them.
When the customer refused to give Brown the cigarettes, Brown pulled a handgun, pointed it at Pushee, and said, “Give me the money.”
Pushee stood back from the register and allowed him to take the money inside of it.
Pushee thought that Brown was going to kill her and Kraskowski.
Brown then held his gun to Kraskowski’s chest, head, and neck, and demanded that he open the register in front of him. Kraskowski complied, and Brown took the money from inside of that register as well.
Brown walked to the front door of the store, saw that his ride had left, and returned to the clerks, demanding that they empty their pockets. He took Kraskowski’s wallet and then exited the store.
A minivan was parked outside of the 7-Eleven. Brown opened the door on the driver’s side of the vehicle and got in. C.J., whose boyfriend was inside the store, was resting in the passenger’s seat.
When the door opened, she thought it was her boyfriend, but when she opened her eyes and saw Brown, who she did not know, she said, “Wait, dude, you’re in the wrong car.”
Brown told her to “shut up” and pointed his gun at her. Id. He drove away and eventually pulled the vehicle over and stopped. Brown asked C.J. to give him oral sex.
She did not want to, but she did not believe that she had any options “because he had that gun.”
She urinated on herself. She performed oral sex on Brown, but he did not ejaculate.
He told her that she was doing it wrong and ordered her to go to the back of the van and remove her pants. She complied. He followed and inserted his penis into her vagina.
He still did not ejaculate, and demanded that she again perform oral sex.
As she was performing oral sex a second time, he urinated in her mouth. She spit it out and wiped it up with her shirt.
Brown wiped down everything in the vehicle that he had touched. C.J. asked him to take her back to the 7-Eleven, where her boyfriend was probably waiting for her.
Brown eventually stopped the van and told C.J. to turn her head. She “thought he was going to shoot her in the back of her head.”
He exited the van and she then jumped into the driver’s seat and drove away.