Rapist told victim he was a state trooper, police say

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BROCKTON (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) – A Boston man accused of rape told his victim he was a state trooper, police said.

Kheron Thierry Bethel, 23, of Dorchester, warned the victim that if she told anyone about the attack, he would "come back for her," the Brockton Enterprise reports. Bethel is charged with rape and kidnapping.

The rape was reported at 3:28 a.m. by the victim's father, according to the newspaper. Bethel is accused of taking the victim to a dead-end street in Brockton and raping her. He allegedly told her he was a state police officer.

Police were able to trace Bethel's car to Dorchester after  the victim's father gave police a license plate number and description of his car.