Phila. man charged in Lock Haven U. rapes

February 19, 2009 6:18:36 AM PST
A 23-year-old Philadelphia man is accused of attacking three Lock Haven University students in their apartment, raping two of them. Domenique Thomas Wilson denied involvment in the Feb. 1 attack when arraigned Wednesday. He's a former student at the north-central Pennsylvania school.

Police allege that Wilson entered the apartment and held them against their will for several hours. Police say he threatened them with a knife, sexually assaulted two of them, took ATM cards and later withdrew money from their bank accounts.

Wilson was arrested Friday on an unrelated warrant. A judge ruled at the arraignment that he should be held without bail. Public Defender Dave Lindsay is to handle his defense.


Information from: The Express,

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