In the early morning hours of February 15, 2017, two men walked into a home in the San Francisco Bay Area.
One man had a loaded handgun and two others held a shotgun.
The men entered the house and demanded money from the victims, according to police.
They also forced the women to perform oral sex on each other.
The women fled the house, but were apprehended later that night.
The two men were charged with two counts of sexual penetration of a child.
The charges were later upgraded to two counts each of burglary, robbery, and theft.
Both men were later released on $2,000 bail.
In a statement released Tuesday, the city’s Public Defender’s Office explained why it released the men without charge.
In this case, we had no evidence of the men’s involvement in the attempted burglary, said Public Defender Nancy R. Lee, a spokeswoman for the Public Defender.
We have not heard from the victim’s family, or if they have contacted us.
The SFPD says the department has received a number of calls regarding the attempted burglaries.
The first incident occurred on March 10, 2017 at the home of a resident who lives in the neighborhood.
The victim called 911 when she realized she was the only one in the home at the time.
Police say the woman told police that two men entered her home through a back door and threatened her with a gun.
She also reported that one of the males pushed her to the ground and raped her.
The woman told investigators that she was forced to perform sexual acts on the two men.
She told police they did not know she was a woman, and did not recognize her.
When asked if she wanted to report the incident to the police, she said she didn’t know.
She said she thought the men were homeless and didn’t have a phone number.
The second incident occurred the next day at a residence in the Mission neighborhood.
Police said the victims called 911 about a man they said were homeless.
They said they saw the two male suspects enter the residence, and that they forced the victim to perform sex acts on one of them.
They then went into the victim and forced her to perform other sex acts.
When police arrived, they found the victim unconscious and bleeding.
The victims told police the suspects were not homeless.
The three men were arrested on March 17 and charged with burglary, rape, robbery and theft of a firearm.
They were released on bond.