Guillaume Major of Oakland Park, Florida was arrested Sunday after he was accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a 14-year-old, sources say. Major, 41, was booked into the Broward County Main Jail on charges of sexual assault on a minor. He was later released on a $5,000 bail bond. It is not yet known whether Major has lined up an attorney.
According to reports, the incident began around 3:30 Sunday morning near the intersection of Northeast Fifth Avenue and Prospect Road. The victim reportedly encountered Major while on a walk, though it is not entirely clear why the girl was out for a walk at 3:30 in the morning. In any case, the victim and Major reportedly talked, and the teen accepted a drink from Major’s open bottle of iced tea.
The victim claims she has lost all memory of what happened after she took a drink of Major’s iced tea. She says she blacked out and woke up naked on a bed inside an unfamiliar home. The victim collected her clothes and her glasses, fled the home, and walked back to her house. She allegedly heard someone in the shower as she made her exit.
The victim told her dad what had occurred and he, in turn, called the police. The victim was purportedly able to lead detectives to the home where she found herself, which is located in the 300 block of Northeast 41st Street. Detectives found Major inside the home and spoke with him, sources say. Major reportedly said that he and the victim had gone to his house to “hang out.” He claimed that he and the victim engaged in consensual sex and denied raping or drugging her, reports suggest.
In other news, Victor Saul of West Boynton was arrested Tuesday after he was accused of pointing a handgun at two people following a road rage dispute, reports say. Saul, 85, was booked into the Palm Beach County Jail on two counts of aggravated assault with a firearm. A judge ordered he be held without bail. It is not yet known whether Saul has hired legal representation.
According to report, the incident occurred around 2:20 Tuesday afternoon on Boynton Beach Boulevard. Saul and the victims were in the eastbound lanes of the road when Saul’s Mercedes-Benz allegedly cut off the victims’ vehicle. Saul and the victims reportedly shouted and gestured at one another from their vehicles and then turned onto Lyons Road.
Following the turn, Saul allegedly approached the victims’ vehicle from behind and made hand movements indicating that the victims should pull over. Reports say the victims complied and pulled to the side of the road. Saul pulled up next to them, revealed a snub-nosed revolver, and aimed it at the two victims, a police report says. Once victim later told a detective that he “truly felt fear for his life” and was sure Saul was going to kill him.
Detectives tracked Saul down and placed him under arrest. Reports did not say whether police found a weapon in his possession or whether Saul has a license to own and carry the gun. So far, Saul has not commented publicly on the allegations.