Lockport Woman Charged with Prostitution and Falsely Reporting Rape
A Lockport woman was charged on prostitution and filing a false police report.
On April 13th, detectives responded to an alleged rape, which was reported to have occurred at a hotel in Galliano.
Vietta Turner, 23, of Lockport, filed a complaint alleging that Raymond LeBouef, 44, of Larose had raped her earlier in the evening. Upon questioning by detectives, it was learned that LeBouef had solicited the services of Turner through an Internet social media website.
After engaging in consensual sexual activities, Turner decided that she wanted a "quick exit" and ran from the room to the reception desk where she advised staff members that she had been raped.
Further questioning revealed that Turner did in fact exchange money for sex and later decided, after the fact,that she did not want to stay with LeBouef through the night, hence the quick exit under the guise of rape.
Vietta Turner was subsequently charged with prostitution and filing a false police report and is being held at the Lafourche Parish Detention Center.
Bond has been set at $5,500 by Judge Christopher J. Boudreaux. Raymond LeBouef was also charged with soliciting to prostitution.
Posted on Fri, April 17, 2015
by The Lafourche Gazette