Man Accused of Rape Goes Before Judge

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A man charged with raping and torturing a woman last month is scheduled to face a Jackson County judge for arraignment Monday morning.

Carey Clark is charged with Forcible Sodomy, two counts of Attempted Forcible Rape and kidnapping charges. He pleaded not guilty to the charges.

According to court records, Clark and the 48-year-old woman met at a nightclub and she agreed to go on a date with him. After Clark picked her up, she says he told her he needed to return to his home in the 5900 block of Agnes to get credit cards.

The alleged victim says she went inside with him and says Clark locked the door and punched and kicked her in the stomach and told her, ‘That’s what you get for being a whore.’

Police said Clark told the woman he hated all women and that he “wanted to kill whores.”
The victim says he then made her take off her clothes, covered her mouth with duct tape and forced her to have sex with him for the next two days, torturing her with electrical shocks from a stun gun. During her captivity, the woman told police Clark smoked PCP.

When Clark finally left the house to get something to eat, the woman said she escaped out an unlocked window, running naked to a neighbor’s house.

“She said he had her for about two days and he had stung her with a stun gun about five or six times or something like that,” said Booker Brinkley, neighbor. “And she was hungry. And he hid her clothes.”

FOX 4 spoke to Clark's brother in court on Monday. He says he doesn't believe the allegation against his brother.

Clark also claimed to police to be a cousin of Terry Blair, known as the serial killer who targeted women along Kansas City’s Prospect Corridor. The woman says during her captivity, Clark asked her if she remembered the women who were killed by Blair.

Clark's brother denies they are related.

Prosecutors requested a bond of $150,000 cash.

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