Men Allegedly Sexually Assaulted & Burned Teen Girls, Leaving Them Disfigured

One of the victims reportedly suffered 11 burns, and the other victim had two deep burns.

March 18, 2019
Jarmon Turner, Antwan Alexander, Wesley Brechlin [Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office]

Photo by: Jarmon Turner, Antwan Alexander, Wesley Brechlin [Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office]

Jarmon Turner, Antwan Alexander, Wesley Brechlin [Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office]

By: Catherine Townsend

MILWAUKEE, WI — The three Milwaukee men charged with sexually assaulting two teens in an abandoned house tortured them so severely that the victims were left disfigured, according to prosecutors.

Antwan Alexander, 28; Wesley Brechlin, 22; and Jarmon Turner, 21; have each been hit with a string of charges including mayhem, child abuse, and sexual intercourse with a child 16 or older by an actor 19 or older.

The two 16-year-old victims told investigators that the men sexually assaulted them in the early morning hours of January 25 at an abandoned house near 24th and Chambers in Milwaukee, FOX 6 reported.

The men then took the victims to a second location where they allegedly burned them with hot knives and threatened them at gunpoint.

One victim said that "Leon" (Alexander) burned them after "heating up a knife from the stove" and that "Country" (Brechlin) blocked the door, according to the complaint. She stated that “Leon” rubbed salt into the burns and "JT" (Turner) poured lemon juice into them.

The second victim said "Leon" burned her while "Country" held her down.

After inflicting the wounds, the second victim said that "Leon" poured salt into the burns and "JT" poured lemon juice into them.

According to the complaint, at one point, Alexander "pulled the skin off of their legs," and threatened them with the gun because "they were being too loud."

One of the victims reportedly suffered 11 burns, and the other victim had two deep burns.

According to prosecutors, Brechlin "admitted to hitting them upside the head” — but claimed that he had had “consensual sex” with them.

At Alexander’s initial court appearance in January, the court commissioner called the charges “very serious” and stated that Alexander faced a possible sentence of “over 100 years” in prison.

A preliminary sentence has been scheduled for March 26.

Read more: Fox 6 News, KXXV

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