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Suspected Rapist May Face More Charges for Recorded Attacks: Police

Police add two charges; man may be implicated in 10 other assaults



    Dallas police call him a serial rapist and revealed Thursday there have been more charges filed against Jesus Madrid-Dubon. Police also revealed more details from their investigation. (Published Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014)

    A suspected serial rapist is facing two more charges of sexual assault and Dallas police say the man may have committed and recorded an additional 10 attacks.

    Jesus Madrid-Dubon is in jail after being arrested last week on a charge of aggravated kidnapping and sexual assault of a teenage girl.

    Now, Madrid-Dubon faces two new rape charges for incidents that took place last August and in January of this year.  He is also suspected of raping as many as 10 others whose attacks, police say, were recorded on video.

    Investigators said the most significant evidence against Madrid-Dubon are those videos recorded as he allegedly assaulted the women.  Police said they suspect the women are from all over North Texas and not just Dallas.

    "Some of these victims may not just be from Dallas they may be from Dallas County or from another city in Dallas County. So [the] City of Dallas is maybe not the only place where these offenses were committed," said Deputy Chief Gil Garza, with the Dallas Police Department.

    Police said Madrid-Dubon used social media sites Kik and Mocospace to lure in some of his victims; Others, police said, he simply charmed into his sport utility vehicle.

    "This man, the way he went about luring some of these victims makes him a predator. Not only luring them via social media ... but also luring them on the street, going and talking to them and essentially getting them into his car and taking them to a location where he committed these crimes," said Garza.

    Investigators have set up a special hotline for victims who want to come forward.  That number is 214-790-1359.