HILLSBOROUGH — Chapel Hill police have charged two women with sexual assaulting three UNC football players, according to police and arrest warrants. A man was also charged with trying to rob the players during the weekend incident.
The players didn’t suffer physical injuries , but police found two of them in boxer shorts bound with tape and said the men told them they had been fondled against their will early Sunday morning.
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The arrested were Tnika Monta Washington, 29, of Durham, Monique Jenice Taylor, 28, of Greenville and Michael Troy Lewis, 32, of Durham.
Bail for all three was initially set at $500,000 but Washington and Taylor’s bails were both reduced to $50,000 today. Lewis’ remained at $500,000.
Taylor was charged with resisting a public officer, three counts of first-degree kidnapping, three counts of felony conspiracy and three counts of first-degree sex offense. Washington’s charges were the same, but included just one count of first-degree sex offense, according to court records.
Lewis was charged with three counts each of kidnapping, conspiracy, and attempted felony larceny, and two counts each of robbery with a dangerous weapon, assault on a government official, and one count of resisting an officer.