Baton Rouge man accused of raping woman after telling her he would give her a ride to work, Sheriff’s Office reports _lowres

Willie Dillon

A Baton Rouge man was arrested Friday after he was accused of raping a woman on her way to work Thursday.

Deputies met with the victim at a local hospital, where she said she was walking to work Thursday around 10:30 a.m. when Willie Dillon, 28, offered to drive her to work, the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office report says.

The victim told deputies that instead of taking her to work, Dillon took her to his apartment. She followed him inside, and he raped her on the couch in the living room, the report says. She told detectives she tried to fight him off and told him to stop, but to no avail.

She told detectives Dillon went into the bathroom afterward, and she put her clothes back on before she left the apartment with him because Dillon still wanted to bring her to work.

When Dillon dropped her off, he told her to give him her cell phone number or “he would find her,” she said in the report. She gave him her cell phone number before she got out of his vehicle.

Dillon told deputies he did pick up the victim and brought her to his apartment, where they had sex. He said she did not resist and she gave him her cell phone number willingly, the report says.

Dillon, 10732 S. Mall Drive, was booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on simple forcible rape.