Second woman charged with kidnapping, torturing woman in Elgin

SHARE Second woman charged with kidnapping, torturing woman in Elgin

Ruby Gomez | Elgin police

A second woman has been charged with kidnapping and torturing a woman last month in Elgin.

Ruby Gomez, 20, was arrested Friday and charged with home invasion, aggravated kidnapping, inflicting great bodily harm, aggravated battery with a caustic substance and aggravated battery involving torture, according to the Elgin police.

Police responded to a call of a woman being held against her will early Feb. 27 in the 300 block of Raymond Street and found an injured 19-year-old woman.

The woman, who was treated at a hospital, told the police she had been in a residence in the 500 block of Levine Court with her ex-boyfriend when four females entered the home and, with the help of her ex-boyfriend, forced her into in a car and started beating her, then drove her to the 300 block of Raymond Street, where they continued to beat her and hold her against her will.

The victim was able to identify 19-year-old Megan Lino of Carpentersville as one of her assailants. Lino, who faces the same charges as , is being held at the Kane County Jail on $150,000 bail.

Megan A. Lino | Elgin police

Megan A. Lino | Elgin police

The Latest
“Jane’s testimony was not truthful when she claimed she was ‘undecided’ about whether she would seek restitution from the Defendant,” the motions states.
Wife is so fearful of bad news that she’s on the verge of cancelling.
On Saturday, Mayor Lori Lightfoot called Msall “one of Chicago’s great civic leaders” and credited him with helping to improve the city’s finances with his advocacy.
When the All-Star Game reserves were announced and LaVine was left off, he pointed to his slow start and where his team is in the standings as key reasons.
Mustangs senior Jahki Gray thinks last season’s 10-20 record might actually be the reason his school’s community hasn’t quite bought into the team yet.