Woman’s rape cries go unheard in unmonitored drug sting


              A dilapidated storefront across the street is seen as a dog walks on a property in Alexandria, La., Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022. A female informant on an undercover drug operation entered a house on the property where the dog stands and was raped as her law enforcement handlers left her on her own. The case highlights the perils informants face around the country under loosely regulated arrangements. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
            
              This photo taken Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022, shows the house in Alexandria, La., where a female informant on an undercover drug operation was raped as her law enforcement handlers left her on her own in January 2021. The case highlights the perils informants face around the country under loosely regulated arrangements. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
            
              A house is seen through the broken fence of a dilapidated storefront property across the street in Alexandria, La., Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022. A female informant on an undercover drug operation entered this house and was raped as her law enforcement handlers left her on her own. The case highlights the perils informants face around the country under loosely regulated arrangements. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
            
              This photo taken Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022, shows the house in Alexandria, La., where a female informant on an undercover drug operation was raped as her law enforcement handlers left her on her own in January 2021. The case highlights the perils informants face around the country under loosely regulated arrangements. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
            
              This photo taken Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022, shows the house in Alexandria, La., where a female informant on an undercover drug operation was raped as her law enforcement handlers left her on her own in January 2021. The case highlights the perils informants face around the country under loosely regulated arrangements. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
            
              This photo provided by the Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office in September 2022, shows Antonio D. Jones. He was booked Jan. 13, 2021, on charges of second-degree rape, false imprisonment and distribution of meth. (Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office via AP)
            
              This photo taken Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022, shows the house in Alexandria, La., where a female informant on an undercover drug operation was raped as her law enforcement handlers left her on her own in January 2021. The case highlights the perils informants face around the country under loosely regulated arrangements. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Woman’s rape cries go unheard in unmonitored drug sting