Two men have been sentenced to 14 to 30 years for raping a woman at a Detroit apartment complex shortly before an unsolved fire destroyed the building.
A football player from Lansing is facing charges for allegedly raping a woman on a college campus in the northeast Missouri town of Canton.
Prosecutors have dismissed charges against a Detroit-area man who served nearly seven years in prison for rape and other crimes.
The woman told police she accepted a ride from the man after her ex-boyfriend left the bar without her.
Recent DNA testing positively identified a current inmate as the man who raped a woman in her home back in 1991, but officials say too much time has passed in the case to bring charges against him.
Police believe the man has attacked other women, and are asking those victims to come forward.
The woman was locked out of her apartment, so she walked across a lawn to go to the store and that’s when she was attacked.
The victim said the suspect came up to her when she was leaving a building early in the morning.
Holtzclaw was arrested Aug. 21 and later charged with 16 felony counts that include first-degree rape, sexual battery, indecent exposure, stalking, forcible oral sodomy and burglary.
Daniel Holtzclaw, a former standout football player in high school and college, is accused of stopping women, who were all black and between the ages of 34 and 58, while on duty in Oklahoma City.