General Crime

* Sergey Victorvich Ilyushin, 22, Gets 17 Years In Prison For kidnapping And Attempting To Rape A woman In The Golden Gate National Recreation Area

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A Mill Valley man was sentenced to 17 years in prison this afternoon for kidnapping and attempting to rape a woman in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area last year.Sergey Victorvich Ilyushin, 22, pleaded guilty in Marin County Superior Court in March to five felony charges in return for the 17-year term, Marin County Deputy District Attorney Tom Brown said.He pleaded guilty to kidnapping, attempted rape, assault with intent to commit rape, sexual battery and assault likely to cause great bodily injury, Brown said.The victim was a 30-year-old San Francisco woman who was hiking along the Oakwood Valley fire road between Tennessee Valley Road and Wolfback Ridge in the Marin Headlands. Ilyushin dragged her into the brush but the
woman fought off her attacker, fled and called police on a cell phone. Ilyushin, a laborer, was arrested July 14 by National Park Service Police.

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