Home Invasion, Rape Victim Speaks Out
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma - The victim of a violent home invasion and rape last month in Oklahoma City is opening up about the horrific crime that turned out to be a case of mistaken identity.
We know that police had stopped Donnyll Dailey for a traffic violation less than 24 hours after the attack in Oklahoma City, but he was released because police had not yet developed him as a suspect.
The victim told says she'll never forget the images of her attackers. Police developed sketches after she was able to give them a detailed description.
She said, while Dailey was beating and raping her, Estevon Martin had her husband in another room and was beating him, and then she heard gunshots.
She said after the two men ran out she was able to rush her husband to the hospital.
He had been shot five times and is now at home recovering.
Dailey and Martin are both behind bars. U.S. Marshals tracked Dailey all the way to North Carolina where he's been hiding out. He's still there and will return to court Tuesday to learn whether or not he'll be extradited to Oklahoma.