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Couple accused of injecting drugs, raping autistic woman

David Holder (Source:  Dunklin Co. Sheriff's Office) David Holder (Source: Dunklin Co. Sheriff's Office)
Carrie Wimberley (Source:  Dunklin Co. Sheriff's Office) Carrie Wimberley (Source: Dunklin Co. Sheriff's Office)

A Bootheel Missouri couple is accused of injecting methamphetamine into a 19-year-old autistic woman and then raping her.

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