The officers allegedly told the couple's friend to take the boyfriend home and then to come back, Perry said.
"They told him to take [the boyfriend] home or they were going to kill him," the woman's mother alleged. "They told [the friend] to come back and get her after taking him home. ... Then they loaded her in the car and drove toward Omar."
After the two men left, the four police officers allegedly took the woman to a secluded remote spot along what is apparently W.Va. 44 between Logan and Whitman, Perry said.
There, three of the officers allegedly raped her, Perry said. The fourth officer was allegedly drunk and throwing up, Perry said.
After the assaults, the four officers allegedly took her to a church parking lot near her home, where they dropped her off, Perry said.
"They told her they couldn't go any closer because there were security cameras there," her mother said.
She said she drove her daughter to CAMC General Hospital to have a rape test performed on her.
State Police sent a female plain-clothes officer to interview her after first sending a male officer, her mother said.
Attempts to contact Logan Sheriff Eddie Hunter regarding the investigation were unsuccessful. A receptionist at the department said he was out of town this week.
Chapmanville police Chief Elbert Vance said the officer allegedly involved from his department no longer worked there. Vance said he was under the impression the investigation was over.
"He wouldn't do something like that," Vance said. "I hope they do something to the woman that claimed that."
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