He’s already serving five life sentences but now the man known as the East Coast rapist faces more charges here in Maryland, where officials believe his violent crime wave began.
A Connecticut man admitted Friday to two more rapes that authorities have attributed to a serial rapist who attacked at least 17 women along the East Coast for more than a decade.
The suspect in a series of rapes and sexual assaults along the East Coast over the last 15 years is again scheduled to plead guilty.
The man who admits to being the so-called East Coast rapist is due in court Tuesday in Virginia. Aaron Thomas, 41, is expected to plead guilty to several attacks on women.
The man suspected in rape cases along the East Coast says he doesn’t know why he couldn’t stop attacking women for nearly two decades.
Lawyers for the man accused by authorities of being the East Coast Rapist allegedly responsible for 17 sexual assaults over a decade say their client is making it difficult to enter an insanity plea for him.
A Connecticut man who police believe is responsible for a series of rapes along the East Coast has been indicted in Virginia and could stand trial as soon as this summer.
The man accused by prosecutors as the East Coast Rapist confessed to police after his arrest that he raped two teenage trick-or-treaters in Virginia in 2009, but only after complaining that a police sketch that was plastered across the Mid-Atlantic failed to accurately portray him, according to court testimony Thursday.
A preliminary hearing for the man accused by prosecutors as the East Coast Rapist has been postponed after his lawyer requested a court-ordered mental evaluation of his client.
A Connecticut man who police believe is responsible for a series of sexual assaults on the East Coast has been arraigned in Virginia on charges of raping two teenage trick-or-treaters on Halloween in 2009.
A Connecticut judge has agreed to extradite a man suspected in rapes along the East Coast from Connecticut to Virginia.
Connecticut prosecutors will try to send a man suspected in rape cases along the East Coast to face trial first in Virginia, where a prosecutor asked for him to be extradited to answer for “heinous crimes.”