As court records show, NA Member Brandon Boruty shortly after being released from state prison tried to violently rape a woman in Daytona Beach Fl. Brandon Boruty had been arrested over 20 times in the past for domestic assault, cocaine charges and many other crimes.
The Drug Courts need to have AA/NA meetings just for people charged with felonies. They should not be sending them to meetings where the AA/NA members are clueless to their crimes and where minors are put in great danger by being exposed to these criminals. Boruty is a very dangerous man with a very long rap sheet. Check him out on www.volusia.org and click on inmate information on the right hand side.
BY CHRIS GRAHAM, STAFF WRITER
DAYTONA BEACH — A man just released from prison tried to rape a woman in her apartment Thursday morning moments after he met her, police said.
A woman told police she was introduced about 9:30 a.m. Thursday morning to the man, later identified as Brandon Boruty, according to an arrest affidavit from the Daytona Beach Police Department.
The woman told officers she and Boruty and two other people were in her apartment. But when the others left, Boruty locked the apartment door and told the woman he had just gotten out of prison and was going to have sex with her, according to the affidavit.
The woman tried to escape the apartment but Boruty hit her on the head and knocked her to the floor, the affidavit states. Boruty got on top of the woman and placed his hand on her mouth but she was able to scream for help and someone began knocking on the door, authorities said.
Authorities said the woman was able to get out of the apartment and Boruty fled as well. He was later apprehended by officers and identified by the woman and two witnesses who saw Boruty run out of the apartment, police said.
Boruty, of Daytona Beach, was charged Thursday with attempted rape, false imprisonment and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was being held Thursday night on $20,500 bail at the Volusia County Branch Jail.
According to Department of Corrections records, Boruty was sentenced on a cocaine charge to one year and two months in prison in February but was released Saturday. He has been imprisoned three other times, according to state records.