RECIDIVE The 43-year-old suspect was previously sentenced in 2006 to 17 years in prison for rape
A police station. Drawing. — Clément Follain/20 Minutes
A man was placed in pre-trial detention after the rape of an octogenarian in his home in Olivet (Loiret) on Tuesday, announced Thursday the prosecutor of the Republic of Orleans Emmanuelle Bochenek-Puren.
The suspect, already condemned for rape in 2006, was indicted in particular for “extortion committed with a repeat weapon, rape with several aggravating circumstances in recidivism (…), threat of crime against persons (…) and arrest, kidnapping Abduction, kidnapping or arbitrary detention followed by release before the seventh day as a repeat offence,” said AFP.
Convicted; in 2006 17 years in prison
“Shortly before 1am, an 85-year-old woman dialed the phone. on the 17th to report that an individual had broken into his home at; Olivet, had threatened him of a weapon – in this case a kitchen knife found on the spot – and assaulted sexually before extorting her belongings,” the magistrate in a press release. The man, aged 43 years old, was then arrested by the police “ ” a few hundred yards from the victim”s house.
The suspect had already been condemned by the Court of Assizes of Loiret in 2006 in 17 years of criminal imprisonment for acts of rape committed under the threat of a weapon and extortion under the threat of a weapon, clarified the floor. Since his release in May 2020, the 40-year-old has been followed by a sentencing judge and “registered in the judicial file of perpetrators of sexual offences”.
< p>”He was due to appear in January 2023 before the Orleans Criminal Court after the commission of a burglary committed in August”2022”, detailed ; the prosecutor. The victim was support the day after the events within the unit; Violence against women at the Orleans Regional Hospital.