DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The man accused of raping a 90-year-old woman along a Dayton bike path pleaded not guilty to the charges against him Thursday morning.
Jean Paul Mpanurwa, 26, is charged with felonious assault, kidnapping, and rape. The judge ordered he continue to be held on $500,000.
Mpanurwa, a Rwandan, is also being held on an Immigration and Customs Enforcement hold meaning even if he posts the half-million dollar bond, he’d still be held in federal custody.
Police told 2 NEWS the victim reported she was walking on the bike path near the 1900 of Radio Road the night of July 14 when a stranger walked up and took her by the hand. He led her to a near by building where she told police he knocked her down and sexually assaulted her.
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