A Burlington man faces five charges, including forcible confinement and extortion, after a woman reported being sexually assaulted at a south-end hotel by a man she'd met online. The suspect attempted to remove the second victim from his vehicle and the man suffered minor injuries, police said.
Just over an hour later, at 12.45am, police say she was assaulted in her room by a random intruder.
Police travelled to Burlington and arrested the suspect.
Police say the man was described as a white male between 20 and 30 years old who was clean shaven with medium length light brown hair.
The victim was jogging westbound on a path parallel to Arastradero Road when Chavarria-Diaz allegedly pulled the victim off the path into a greenbelt, put a gun to her head and sexually assaulted her.
According to a police affidavit, the woman began staying at Disbrow's apartment last week.
"We travelled there, took custody of him and returned him to London", Const. Sandasha Bough said.
Munson was the boy's mentor, police said.
According to a report, employees called police after Stevens got into a verbal argument with another employee after being told he couldn't be in the store.
Bartels appeared in Lancaster County Court on Monday, where a judge set his bond at $750,000 and ordered him not to contact the girl or anyone 16 years old or younger.