Vallejo police are asking the public to help them find a Kenneth Lee Weathersby Jr. who is wanted for kidnapping, forcible rape and oral copulation of two female victims. Weathersby, 33, is charged in a 10-count complaint filed on Aug. 3 in Solano County Superior Court.
One of the victims was a minor over 14 years old, and the kidnappings and forcible sexual assaults occurred on July 16 and July 30 in Vallejo, according to the complaint. The allegations also include the use of a gun and committing a crime against more than one victim. Weathersby was convicted of first-degree burglary in Contra Costa County on May 15, 2008, and participating in a street gang on Sept. 30, 2015, in Contra Costa County, according to the complaint.
Authorities said Weathersby should be considered armed and dangerous.
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