Man accused of offering to walk 2 women home, then sexually assaulting them


Terrance LeRoy Wilburn, Jr. is charged with three counts of aggravated sexual assault of an adult. Court documents show that on October 22 two female victims were walking together late at night in CityView Park in north Houston when a man, who they had seen before, walked up and offered to escort them for safety purposes. The two women accepted, but shortly thereafter the man allegedly produced a handgun and ordered them to undress while threatening to kill them.

According to court documents, the man then sexually assaulted both victims at gunpoint. Afterwards, the victims say the man told them not to report the offense or he would "track them down and kill them."

The two victims told a security guard at a nearby apartment complex about the crime and the officer says that their description of the suspect matched a man that he had come in contact with on a trespassing complaint about a week earlier. The officer still had a photo of the suspect from that prior contact and showed it to the two victims. Police say one of the victims made a tentative ID and the other made a positive ID of Wilburn being the man who assaulted them.

According to police, both victims had sexual assault examinations and one of the victims suffered physical injuries consistent with what she had reported.

Bond has been set at $40,000 in this case. Wilburn, 21, has a prior conviction of burglary of a habitation in 2007.

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