Police Report Details Rape Allegations Against Westminster Police Detective
|Westminster police detective and rape suspect Anthony Nicholas Orban|
Orban allegedly gagged a 25-year-old waitress he did not know with his fingers, choked her, repeatedly slapped and punched her, rubbed the woman's face with his pistol, put the barrel of the gun in her mouth, twice threatened to kill her, ordered her at gunpoint to give him oral sex and snapped several photos of her with his cell phone as he raped her.
Spotting a baby car seat in the back of the woman's car, Orban is also accused of asking about the victim's child and, after receiving a phone call in the middle of the hour-long attack, acting scared, telling the woman to get dressed and apologizing.
The details are contained in a police report obtained by reporter Will Bingham of the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.
|Prison guard Jeff Thomas Jelinek, like his pal Orban, has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him.|
- Orban came to the Ontario apartment of Jeff Thomas Jelinek, his friend since high school, between 10 and 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 3.
- Jelinek, who is a Chino Men's Institution prison guard, ate lunch together at Chili's restaurant in Rancho Cucamonga, where they drank margaritas. Both had their service weapons with them.
- Next, they went to Boston's restaurant on Fourth Street, where they shared a pitcher of beer before heading to GameWorks at the nearby Ontario Mills shopping mall, where they downed another pitcher.
- They were standing in the parking lot outside Dave & Buster's, which is also in the mall and where the 25-year-old woman was finishing her four-hour waitressing shift around 5:15 p.m.
- Orban decided they should "go meet this chick." But, after catching a glimpse of the pair out of the corner of her eye, she paid little attention to them and texted as she walked to her car.
- After she unlocked her SUV with a keyless remote and started to enter the driver's side front door, she heard the passenger side door open.
- She looked up to see Orban point a silver handgun at her and order her into the car.
- Jelinek asked his friend what he was doing, and Orban replied not to worry about it.
- The woman told Orban he could have anything he wanted if he would let her go, but he replied, "Just drive."
- He told her to drive toward her home, which she informed was in the High Desert.
- Driving north on the 15 Freeway, Orban told the woman he was going to let her go, getting her to exit the freeway at Base Line Road.
- Driving east on Base Line into Fontana, they parked in front of a self-storage facility.
- With his handgun in his lap, he asked the woman about her child, having noticed a child's car seat in the back seat, and other personal details. He smiled while she answered and asked if she was scared. He also said he had one thing to do before she could go.