A 65-year-old man who propositioned two girls but later
changed his mind cried Tuesday as he described to the jury his
terror when the teenagers returned to his home with two
male friends and assaulted him.
Borge Hansen, an Army retiree who also does volunteer work as a
Shriner clown, testified Tuesday in juvenile court in the
trial of a 16-year-old girl charged with aggravated robbery in the case.
He testified that he had arranged to have sex with the
two girls April 8 for $100.
But he said he changed his mind after he took them home and they
started wandering through his house without permission.
Hansen testified he took the girls back to the coffee shop where
he had picked them up and they threatened to blackmail him if he
did not pay them.
A few minutes after he got home, the two girls returned to his home
with a male friend, Hansen said.
One of the girls said she had forgotten her cigarette lighter in
his house, he said.
As he headed back into the house to look for the lighter, Hansen
testified, the man with the girls came at him with a knife.
"He kept hitting me on the head. I told him, 'Please don't kill me,
please don't kill me.' I begged for my life," Hansen testified.
During the assault, he said, a second man joined the trio in his
One of the girls, a 17-year-old, was shot and killed by Hansen
during the confrontation at his house in the 4600 block of Iron
Hansen was not charged.
The second girl, a 16-year-old, is on trial before District Judge
Andy Mireles. She faces up to 40 years in prison.
Two men, Charles David Cameron, 17, of the 13200 block of
Larkplace Drive, and Robert Edward Kennedy, also 17, of the
3400 block of Ridge Smoke Street, are awaiting trial on aggravated
robbery charges in state court.