Suspected Rapist ID’d by McDonald’s Uniform, Work Schedule

I’m trying to figure out how they got on the topic of his work schedule…still have got nothing…

From CBS:

“GREENACRES (CBS12) — Fedline Pierrelus of Lake Worth faced a judge Thursday morning.

Police say back in January, Pierrelus followed a woman walking home on Jog Road in Greenacres and forced her into the woods where he’s accused of raping her.

The victim told investigators the man who attacked her was wearing McDonald’s work clothes at the time of the attack, and before raping her mentioned he worked at a nearby location.

Police say the tracked Pierrelus down by making a photo lineup of McDonald’s workers in the area, the victim identified the attacker.

Pierrelus is being held in the palm beach county jail on a $100,000 bond.”

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Kidnapped Woman Saved By Leaving Note in McDonald’s Bathroom

A man is facing kidnapping and rape charges after the woman he allegedly abducted tipped off investigators with a note scrawled in makeup on the bathroom wall of a McDonald’s in Dover, Del.

The note, which suggested its writer was being held against her will, was discovered shortly before noon Thursday at the McDonald’s at 879 N. DuPont Highway, the Dover Police Department said in a news release.

Detectives reviewed video surveillance footage from the restaurant and neighboring businesses.

Based on the clothing the suspect and victim were wearing on film, officers determined they were likely on foot and searched the area, police said.

About three hours later, investigators found the pair outside the Dover Mall.

Suspect Brandon Turner, 28, of Rock Hall, Md., was taken into custody without incident, police said.

A subsequent investigation revealed Turner kidnapped the victim, a 25-year-old woman who is his estranged wife, on Oct. 23 from the area of North Little Creek Road, police said.

He allegedly took her to a home on Long Point Road, duct-taped her to a bed and raped her multiple times.

Police said he held her against her will for a week, until his arrest Thursday.

Investigators said they also learned Turner was riding a green Kawasaki motorcycle that was reported stolen from the Delaware State Police Troop 9.

He is charged with 12 counts of second-degree rape, second-degree kidnapping, receiving stolen property, and breach of release for allegedly violating a no-contact order the victim had on file against him since Aug. 4.

Turner remains jailed at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on $651,500 cash bond.


Sex Offender Goes on Rape Spree, Evades Police, Gets Busted at McDonald’s

On Wednesday, July 2, the Portland Police Department arrested Willie Andre Johnson after he allegedly raped his 82-year-old grandmother. However, his horrific attack didn’t stop there. The 34-year-old Portland Oregon also sexually assaulted his 49-year-old uncle! When police were contacted both victims identified Johnson as their attacker.

According to Oregon Live, Sgt. Pete Simpson, a spokesman for Portland Police Bureau, recounted the series of events that led to Johnson’s arrest. On the night of Tuesday, July 1, police responded to a call in the Piedmont neighborhood in Portland after receiving a call in reference to an alleged sexual assault that had taken place.

“He came in and attacked his grandmother in bed,” Simpson said, “and then went and attacked his uncle. The uncle was more physically able to fight back and get him out of the house.”

Johnson, who is already a registered sex offender for an existing rape charge, reportedly fled the scene after committing the shocking crime. Police also brought out the K-9 unit, but were unsuccessful in locating Johnson that night.

However, the next day the police department received a tip about Johnson’s whereabouts after someone spotted him at a local McDonalds. He was arrested around 5:30 that morning. He was taken to the police headquarters where he was interviewed by detectives in the Sex Crimes Unit. Shortly after the interrogation began, Johnson complained of medical issues. He was transported to a local hospital, but later moved to the county jail.

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