Marines accused in Tulane rape case back in court

Marines accused in Tulane rape case back in court
Alexander Davenport, left, and Jared Anderson, right, were booked on rape charges Thursday and Friday (April 27) along with fellow U.S. Marine Antonio Landrum are accused of rape. Source: NOLA.com via Orleans Parish Jail
Antonio Landrum. Source: OPSO
Antonio Landrum. Source: OPSO

NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - A judge could decide Monday whether there is probable cause to arrest three marines accused of raping a Tulane student and her friend.

The marines and a Tulane ROTC member are accused of raping the women following a night a partying in April.

The marines are scheduled for a hearing.

Detectives investigating the case said they have no toxicology report or rape kit on either victim.

The NOPD is still waiting on DNA evidence collected from as many as 15 condoms inside the apartment.

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