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DNA Leads Police to Serial Rape Suspect

Posted on | April 4, 2019 | Comments Off on DNA Leads Police to Serial Rape Suspect


Twelve different victims:

Police arrested a South Carolina man on Tuesday who allegedly raped a dozen women and spent more than two decades on the loose.
Investigators said DNA evidence led to the arrest of 52-year-old Gregory Frye, who allegedly raped 12 women throughout Spartanburg County, South Carolina, which is about 90 miles north of Columbia.
The attacks occurred between 1995 and 2003 and investigators said the suspect targeted one of the women twice, according to the Spartanburg Police Department. The victims, described as white women between the ages of 14 and 51, were attacked in various apartment complexes in Spartanburg County, according to police. . . .
Officers said they zeroed in on the suspect last week while reviewing several cold cases.
The sheriff’s office and the Spartanburg City Police Department said investigators tried to approach the cases from a different perspective, focusing on new technologies and forensic evidence.
“Investigators from both agencies worked tirelessly reviewing all of the old cases, re-interviewing victims, identifying potential family members of possible suspects, collecting new DNA samples, and sending that evidence to the State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) for analysis,” the department said in a statement. “We received notification from SLED last week that through their analysis, a suspect with a matching DNA profile had been identified.”
Frye was arrested on Tuesday on charges of burglary, kidnapping and criminal sexual conduct.

Feminists haven’t mentioned this story, for some reason.



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