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Richmond rape suspects to be in court in January
RICHMOND, CA (KGO) -- Six young men accused in the gang rape of a 16-year old Richmond high school girl will be back in court next month.
That incident happened outside Richmond's homecoming dance the night of October 24th.
Investigators believe as many as 10 people raped the girl, while another 20 or so watched without calling police.
Three of the suspects are teenagers, but are being tried as adults. All the defendants have pleaded not guilty.
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