Man charged with 9 Fayetteville sexual assault cases from 2009, 2010 –

Man charged with 9 Fayetteville sexual assault cases from 2009, 2010 -
He was a predator: Man arrested in string of Fayetteville rape cases dating back to 2009
Fayetteville, N.C. — A man has been charged in nine Fayetteville sexual assault cases that occurred in 2009 and 2010, law enforcement officials said Tuesday, with more charges possible.

The assaults occurred between June 2009 and November 2010, often during home invasions, Fayetteville police detective Robert DeShields said.

Johnnie B. Green Jr., 45, of Parkton, was arrested in connection to nine sexual assaults, the citys police department posted on Facebook. He was identified as a person of interest in these cases utilizing Parabon Nanolabs Genetic Genealogy service, police said.

Johnnie B. Green, 45, was recently served an outstanding warrant for a robbery from the 1990s, DeShields said. Greens DNA taken during his arrest matched DNA in the cold cases.

Green has been charged with 14 counts of rape, 21 counts of sexual offense, five counts of kidnapping, seven counts of burglary, two counts of breaking and entering and seven counts of robbery.

Fayetteville police about one week ago sent to a lab a DNA sample, which was linked to sexual assaults in 2009 and 2010, North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein said during a press conference Tuesday morning.

Fayetteville Police Chief Gina Hawkins said that, while the investigation is still open, Green could be connected to 13 sexual assault cases in Cumberland County, including in Hope Mills.

Attorney General Josh Stein said Tuesday that, as of last year, 15,000 sexual assault kits were untested throughout the state, but none are currently in Cumberland County.

North Carolina officials used DNA to link a man to several unsolved rape cases that were about a decade old, authorities announced Tuesday in Fayetteville.

Anyone with information about the crimes or anyone who needs to report an incident related to Green can contact DeShields at 910-433-1856 or CrimeStoppers at 910-483-TIPS (8477).

The service is used to identify a subject by matching their DNA to one or more family members, according to the Parabon website.

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