2 suspects charged in Frontenac rape case

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FRONTENAC, MO (KTVI) - A night of terror for a young woman in Frontenac.

The young woman told police she went to a residence believing she was getting her computer fixed but instead found herself in a house of horrors held captive by two men.

This past Saturday the woman, who is believed to be 17 or 18 years old, went to a trailer park on South 40 Drive with her laptop.  She says when she got inside trailer #10 the men took her cell phone and change the password locking her out of her phone.

The men then showed her handcuffs, a pitcher of water and a towel and said they would waterboard her if she did not have sex with one of them.

Fearing for her life she complied.

The woman told police she was raped by 22-year-old Jeremiah Horsfall-Steinberger while 22-year-old Alexander Doering videotaped it with a cell phone.

She says they then refused to let her leave the trailer.

But once the man fell asleep she was able to escape and go to the police department around 7:30 Sunday morning.

Both men are facing a number of charges including 1st degree rape and felonious restraint.

There being held on a $200,000 cash only bond.

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