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Police in Kannapolis, about 25 miles northeast of Charlotte, were sifting through computer and phone records with high-tech help from federal investigators after arresting the year-old husband Wednesday, said Maj. Terry Clanton, the city's deputy police chief.
Chuck Adams, one of the lead investigators, said police were pursuing a suspect but declined to disclose more details. The husband faces first-degree rape and other charges. The Associated Press, which generally does not identify victims of sexual assault, is not naming the man to avoid identifying his wife. Cabarrus County court records show the husband waived appointment of a public defender at a first hearing Wednesday and has another hearing scheduled June Craigslist agreed to do away with that section last month after a Boston medical student, dubbed "the Craigslist killer," was charged with killing a woman he met on the site.
Adams said the husband found the ad while searching through the "erotic services" for someone to have sex with his wife.
Craigslist replaced that section with an "adult services" category that is screened under the changes the company announced last month. The wife called Sunday and reported a man with a knife raped her in the bedroom of their home.
Police said the husband was in the room at the time of the attack. Authorities said the couple's two young children were at home, but unaware of what was happening. The woman was treated and released at a hospital, police said.
Ken Jackson said the woman wasn't cut or beaten during the assault. Investigators became suspicious of the husband when his statement didn't add up and because there were no s of forced entry at the house. IE 11 is not supported.
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Former boyfriend used Craigslist to arrange woman’s rape, police say