Teen girl shoots 56-year-old ‘sugar daddy’ when he didn’t give her enough money: Police

An Oregon teen was arrested on Wednesday after she allegedly shot a 56-year-old man in the stomach when he wouldn’t give her money.

The Oregonian reports Raelyn Domingo, 15,  of Vancouver, reportedly signed up under the name “asianperssuasion” on the site “Seeking Arrangement,” which states, “Sugar Babies and Sugar Daddies … both get what they want, when they want it.”

According to the affidavit, Domingo exchanged messages with 56-year-old investment banker Thomas Licata on the site, then later drove to his 4,000-square-foot home in Washington County. Licata said he thought the teen was a nursing assistant between 19-20 years old. The victim told police that after Domingo arrived to his home, he shared his vape pen with her and gave her Seltzer water and $260 cash.


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Apparently she didn’t get enough money, according to Licata. He told authorities the suspect went to bathroom, then returned holding a gun before she shot him and demanded more money. He claimed she fled the scene when he told her he didn’t have any more money to give her.

“From what we know, she shot him unprovoked,” Washington County Sheriff’s Office spokesman, Deputy Jeff Talbot, said.

Licata was rushed to a local hospital where he was treated for the gunshot wound, which went straight through his stomach and into his buttocks.

Meanwhile, detectives pieced together information that led them to Domingo after witnesses described her fleeing in a grey sedan with body damage. Authorities arrested Domingo, along with another underage girl and three males after connecting them to a robbery in Camas earlier that day, before the suspect met up with Licata. The suspects in the reported robbery fled in matching grey sedan, according to KATU.

Domingo is being held at the Clark County Juvenile Justice Center for first-degree robbery charges.

The story is still developing. Check back with CrimeOnline as additional details become available.

[Feature Photo: Raeyln Domingo/Facebook via Washington County Sheriff’s Office]