The alleged rape happened at a Eastside house party with up to 200 juveniles in attendance, according to police.
Clyde Hill police are investigating two Bellevue High School students for the alleged rape of an eighth-grade girl at a house party in Yarrow Point last month, according to a search-warrant affidavit filed Monday.
The court records, which police filed to search the phone of a teenage witness, say that on April 1, several teenage boys picked up the 14-year-old girl in downtown Bellevue and took her to the large party, where she became drunk and two 16-year-old boys raped her.
“I believe she was mentally incapacitated at the time sexual intercourse occurred, and (the girl) was not able to reasonably understand the nature or consequences of having sexual intercourse,” Clyde Hill police Officer Jason Czetobar wrote in the affidavit.
Teenagers at the party later shared photos of the sexual assault via Snapchat and texts, according to the 16-page affidavit, filed in King County Superior Court.
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The girl, a Bellevue resident, later told investigators she didn’t know for sure she’d had intercourse that night, according to the affidavit. The next morning, when she woke up at the home, “she saw blood on her shoes, and was sore from abdominal cramping,” the affidavit states.
Later, while having breakfast with several boys who had been at the party, she learned “she had been missing for an hour during the party,” the records say. Two days later, a then-17-year-old boy who attended the party allegedly told her the two other boys had “tag teamed” her at the party.
Later that day, the girl and her father went to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where she underwent an exam, which found evidence of intercourse. They then…