Burrillville, Rhode Island (The Weekly Vice) -- Domenic DiMuccio, a 43-year-old Harrisville, Rhode Island man has been indicted by a Providence County grand jury for allegedly raping, beating and torturing a man for months inside his home.
DiMuccio, who works as a truck driver, has now been indicted on 22 charges, including 5 counts of first-degree sexual assault, 11 counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, 5 counts of simple assault and a charge of kidnapping, according to court records.
According to Burrillville police, the victim DiMuccio is accused of assaulting, told investigators he was beaten with an ax handle, a flashlight and boots. He was stabbed with a fork, tortured with a screwdriver, slashed with a meat cleaver and forced-fed a running garden hose. The victim also told police that a light was broken over his head and he was forced to drink DiMuccio's urine.
Investigators say the victim told them when he told DiMuccio he wanted to move out, DiMuccio allegedly handcuffed him, duct taped his eyes and mouth and then locked him in a trailer overnight in the woods, according to the arrest affidavit.
The abuse continued for weeks, which included sexual abuse and threats with a chainsaw. The victim told police DiMuccio wore a yellow rain jacket and then told the victim he wore it, so he wouldn't be soaked by the victim's blood when he began to cut.
The alleged assaults began on December 1st 2007, just days after the victim moved in with DiMuccio. The alleged assaults then continued into February when the victim's mother took him to a Rhode Island hospital for treatment. A doctor called police after the victim told him that he had been beaten and tortured. DiMuccio was arrested a short time later.
DiMuccio was arrested and booked into the Adult Correctional Institution in Cranston.
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