Florida police have arrested one of two men accused of dressing as women and sexually assaulting a 14-year-old boy in an alley last summer.
While the sex crime took place last August, police only found Javoris Quentin Phillips, 36, last Wednesday in Orange County. Phillips (pictured above) is being held in the Broward Main Jail without bond on charges of kidnapping and lewd and lascivious battery of a victim older than 12 but younger than 15, reported the Sun-Sentinel.
The second suspect remains at large.
According to the victim, one of the suspects had a gun and the other had a knife. After the men tied his wrists together, they dragged him behind a house where one of them performed a sex act on him. The boy said they threatened to kill him if he screamed, according to the police report.
Additionally, the 14-year-old told police he had previously seen the two men dressed as women driving around and when they stopped to talk to him, he ran away.
“He described that he knew the suspects were males because when they talked they sounded like males,” the police report said.
Police said the suspect who sexually assaulted the boy wore a long curly wig, a bra and a black shirt and had razor bumps on his face. This suspect also held a gun to the boy’s head and told him to “shut up.”
The other suspect wore a short curly wig and a yellow shirt. He also had a mustache and a little bit of a beard. While he did not touch the boy, he wielded a knife and watched while sex acts were performed.
Once the victim began screaming and tried to fight the men off, they fled in a tan or gray four-door Kia or Jaguar.
Police were able to track down Phillips after the victim’s uncle connected an officer with a tipster. During the conversation with the tipster, police were directed to a Facebook page belonging to Aceianna Phillips.
Official records showed the legal name for Aceianna Phillips was Javoris Q. Phillips.
The tipster also said he had been propositioned before by Phillips.
“He also stated that it is the male’s M.O. to proposition young boys in the manner of that of the victim child,” the police report said.
DNA taken from the boy after he was sexually assaulted matched DNA belonging to Nathan Phillips, one of Javoris Phillips’ aliases, police said.
(Photo: Broward Sheriff's Office)