Two men face rape charges and a third man could be charged if he can be identified.
Beverly Police have charged two men are charged with the rape of a woman after a party and a night of drinking and smoking marijuana over the past weekend.
Another man known only by his first name could also face charges — if he’s identified.
Terrence Carter, 17, of Beverly and Derek Boyd, 18, of East Boston, who also listed a Beverly address on court paperwork, face rape charges.
While Boyd and Carter face charges, the third man allegedly involved is known only as Cedric and the victim told police he’s 26 years old and lives in the Mission Hill section of Boston, according to a police report by Beverly Police Officer Dan Brown.
The rape reportedly happened on Dec. 19 at Carter’s Cabot Street apartment and was reported to police just after midnight on Sunday morning, Dec. 21 when the victim showed up at the Beverly Hospital emergency room. Beverly Police arrested the two men about 9 a.m. on Sunday.
The victim, who is 18 years old, told police that attack all began at a house party on Friday when the victim and the men left to head to Carter’s apartment because he was on house arrest with a bracelet and had to be home, according to the police report.
When they arrived, the victim told police she gave Cedric $30 in cash to buy her Mike’s Hard Lemonade and grape vodka. When they returned to the apartment they all smoked marijuana and drank together, the victim told police.
The victim went upstairs to Carter’s bedroom where she said she was in and out of consciousness but remembers Carter raping her and telling him to stop.
Then she went downstairs and smoked marijuana before the victim returned upstairs with Boyd, who she said raped her. She then went downstairs and later returned upstairs with Cedric, who said he just wanted to cuddle. But she told police she passed out and found him on top of her. She then fell asleep and woke up between Carter and Boyd, the police report said.
Attorneys for the men say they both deny the charges and said she leveled the accusations to avoid getting in trouble.
Judge Robert Cornetta set bail at $1,000 cash for both men and they were both ordered not to have direct or indirect contact with the victim
Both men are scheduled to be back in court on Jan. 28 for a probable cause hearing.