22-Year-Old Colorado Woman Enticed Tinder Date, Only to Duct Tape, Choke, and Stab Him


A Colorado woman, aged 22, is being charged with several felonies against Tinder-suspect. Police say that she duct-taped, choked, and then stabbed the victim, who was 21 years old.

Police claim Lauren Marie Dooley used Tinder in an attempt to lure a man into her Colorado Springs apartment on September 28th. Dooley then said that he removed his clothes and had oral sexual relations with Dooley.

Lauren stated in the affidavit that she used duct tape on the victim’s ankles and wrists. The victim refused to leave the house.

Lauren was afraid Lauren might hurt him with the knife, according to the affidavit. He obeyed her and climbed into Lauren’s bed. Lauren used the knife to shave him on his left shoulder.

Lauren applied pressure to the victim’s throat with her hands for approximately 20 seconds, according to the affidavit. Lauren then applied pressure to the victim’s throat for about 20 seconds.

According to reports, Tinder forced Tinder to take Tinder’s date to the tub in order to clean out the blood from her knife injury. Police claim that there was blood in the bathtub.

Dooley was accused of stabbing and biting the victim before he ordered food from DoorDash.

Dooley fell asleep shortly after eating, according to records.

Law & Crime reported that Dooley’s knife was felt underneath the blanket at the victim’s feet by the victim and that he used it to break his bonds. He was able to get outside and call for help.

A naked man ran into the Hill Apartments parking lot.

Witnesses claimed that Dooley threatened victims while she smeared blood over her hands.

According to Dooley, the man told him: “She’s after me!”

KRDO was notified by Lauri Gloria who is a local resident, that she witnessed Dooley being dragged from a nearby parking lot.

It scares me. Gloria said, “I mean I saw the gentleman. “He was very well cut, and it is frightening to think that anyone could do this. ”

Gloria stated, “It is quite shocking to know someone can do this.” “This is shocking. ”

At 5:43 p.m. officers from Colorado Springs, Police Department arrived at an apartment building. The man, who was unnamed, was bleeding from a cut to his left arm.

According to the affidavit, Dooley had a kitchen knife in his apartment and several towels that were bloody.

Dooley was taken into police custody and charged with two counts each of second-degree kidnapping, second-degree assault, and menacing. Dooley was also charged with a misdemeanor of false imprisonment.

Dooley will be appearing before El Paso County Court on October 6.