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* Serial Rapist Victor Lamar Davis Convicted of 40 of 53 Counts of Sexual Assaults

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A Solano County jury today found Victor Lamar Davis guilty of 40 of the 53 counts filed against him in connection with the sexual assaults of
women in Solano and Marin counties between 2004 and 2007.  Deputy District Attorney Krishna Abrams said the jury found Davis, 27, not guilty of sexual assaults or attempted assaults against the first three Vacaville women, known as Jane Does 1-3.  She said DNA evidence in those instances was lacking and Davis fled Jane Doe 1’s residence when she screamed.  “We believe his MO was the same but we understand why it was not proved beyond a reasonable doubt,” Abrams said.  Davis would enter the victims’ residences, put a pillowcase over their heads and tie up or attempt to bind the women’s hands, Abrams said. The jury convicted Davis of the charges regarding the sexual assaults of Jane Does 4-8 in Vacaville and guilty of the sexual assaults of Jane Does 10 and 11 in San Anselmo in Marin County. The charges from both counties were tried in Solano County Superior Court. Davis was found not guilty of robbing another San Anselmo woman, Abrams said. The Marin County cases in 2007 led to Davis’s arrest in San Diego in December 2007.  San Rafael police found his vehicle near a Terra Linda apartment where two women were attacked in June 2007. Vacaville and San Rafael police investigated the sexual assaults and identified Davis as the suspect. The charges and special enhancements against Davis included rape, sexual assault, oral copulation, assault with a deadly weapon, digital penetration, false imprisonment, aggravated kidnapping, burglary, sexual battery, criminal threats, robbery and use of a gun.  The prosecution alleged some of the sexual assaults happened during the commission of a burglary. Some of the women were raped multiple times, Abrams said.  Davis faces 400 years to life in prison when he is sentenced Sept. 18.  She said many of the victims were present when the verdict was read. “He terrorized this community for three years. We totally respect the jury’s verdict,” Abrams said. “We’re glad he was caught and prosecuted. Justice was served by the verdict,” she said. Jurors began deliberating around 11 a.m. Wednesday and had a
verdict at 11 a.m. today, Abrams said.  Davis’ trial before Solano County Superior Court Judge Donna Stashyn began about two weeks ago. Davis’s Deputy Public Defender Leslie Caldwell was not available for comment.

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  • OMG ~ I’m so glad this monster is off the streets, I hope for life. I don’t understand these men with this sexual domination thing,I do know this, they have shown us time and time again that they can not be fixed!
    ~~~ LAW ENFORMENT, WAKE UP – THESE TYPE OF PEOPLE ARE JUST SICK THEY WILL CONTINUE TO ATTACK WOMEN/ RAPE WOMEN/ KILL WOMEN ~~ THESE TYPES OF CRIMES UNTIL THEY DIE ~~~~ SO GO AHEAD AND SHOOT THEM, GET IT OVER WITH.

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