Boy who kidnapped, raped women at gunpoint asked if they wanted to live or die By REGINA F. GRAHAM FOR DAILYMAIL.COM A 15-year-old boy is accused of kidnapping and raping at least two women at gunpoint in Florida last year. Kamai Clerveaux was charged as an adult in Miami-Dade County court after being arrested on January 1 when police connected him to the most recent attack with DNA evidence, NBC Miami reported. Authorities say Clerveaux, who was 14-years-old at the time of both incidents, was armed with a gun when he approached a 24-year-old woman while she exited her car in her driveway on December 28. He allegedly threatened the victim with the gun before forcing her to get back inside the vehicle. Clerveaux then drove the car to an unknown location where he asked the victim if she ‘wanted to live or die’ before attacking her at gunpoint, according to the police report. The teen fled the scene after the attack where he also stole the victim’s cellphone, police say. Clerveaux is also accused in a second rape that happened on May 28, where the victim was targeted as she got into her car to leave for work. Police say he also threatened her with a gun and told her ‘I should kill you, I should kidnap you’. Clerveaux then drove the victim to an abandoned residence where he allegedly raped her at gunpoint. Authorities say the 15-year-old stole the victim’s driver’s license and cellphone before fleeing the scene on foot. Clerveaux is charged with two counts of armed sexual battery, armed carjacking, armed burglary, felony possession of a weapon and kidnapping. The teen appeared in court on Tuesday for a bond hearing where he was denied bail by a judge. He is scheduled to appear in court again on Wednesday.