Luke Enna, a San Ramon FC Soccer Club coach and director of operations, is facing rape charges, following a sexual assault that happened at his home on October 27th. The 18-year-old victim was a former soccer player at the club and an employee of Enna.
Reports indicate that the victim had been housesitting for two days before Enna’s return to his home. At approximately 5:30 am on October 27th, while still asleep, the victim alleges that Enna came into the room and assaulted her multiple times without her consent.
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The San Ramon Police Department took Enna to the Contra Costa jail in Martinez. The police reported that Enna was booked with a charge of PC 261(a)(3), as “the victim was prevented from resisting or fending off the alleged sex acts because she was under the influence of an intoxicating or anesthetic substance, or any controlled substance.”
Upon learning of his arrest, the club’s executive director, Dan Chamberlin, placed Enna on administrative leave, and Enna is no longer employed at the soccer club.
Enna previously worked as an assistant women’s soccer coach at Las Positas College in Livermore, Holy Names University in Oakland, and Dougherty Valley High School in San Ramon. Since the investigation is ongoing, the police are still looking for any other potential victims, in case this has happened elsewhere before.
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No one deserves or asks to be raped. The victim will now have to deal with the pain and trauma for the rest of her life. Only time will heal these wounds or fade away the memories. It is natural for victims to want closure so they can move on with their lives. One of the most common ways to get closure is to seek justice. Seeking justice is where we can help.
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