RI man accused of arranging for rape of Mass. relative

A Pawtucket man has been arrested after a Massachusetts teen told her guidance counselor that he arranged for another man to repeatedly rape her when she was 11.

The Providence Journal reports that John Rainey, a relative of the alleged victim, was arrested and charged with three counts of conspiracy to commit child molestation.

The alleged assailant, Warren Prescott of North Attleboro, Mass., was ordered held without bail on charges including three counts of first-degree child molestation.

Pawtucket police say the alleged victim, now 17, told her counselor in May, and police obtained an arrest warrant for Rainey in August.

Police say that Rainey would tell the girl she had to come with him and bring her to Prescott.

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