Bronx teen arrested for attempted rape of 13-year-old girl, police say

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FOXHURST, Bronx — Police on Sunday arrested a teenage boy who attempted to rape a 13-year-old girl in the Bronx, police said.

Police arrested Garry Pinkney on July 17 for an attempted rape on July 14.

Police arrested Garry Pinkney on July 17 for an attempted rape on July 14.

Garry Pinkney, 17, followed the victim into her Foxhurst apartment on July 14 around 1 p.m., police said. He pulled out a knife and demanded money. After the victim told Pinkney she didn't have any, he stole several items. Pinkney then demanded the teenage girl perform oral sex on him and attempted to rape her before fleeing.

Pinkney is being charged with attempted rape, robbery, burglary and a criminal sex act by police. He is scheduled to be arraigned Friday, according to court documents.

The victim was treated at a hospital.