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September 27, 2012

Rape suspect arrested

Second suspect sought

THOMASVILLE — After a lengthy investigation into a series of sexual assaults, a 30-year-old Thomasville man has been charged. A second suspect is sought in other sexual assaults.

While some victims have reported sexual assaults, Thomasville police believe some victims have not come forward.

Brandon Jermaine Green, 202 Pinecrest Blvd., is charged with rape, aggravated assault with intent to commit rape and two counts of aggravated sodomy.

“We have multiple victims who have described Mr. Green and his vehicle,” said Lt. Eric Hampton, Thomasville Police Department public information officer.

The investigation has been under way for more than a year.

Green, who is unemployed, was arrested Tuesday in the 600 block of Fletcher Street.

“These assaults happened in his vehicle,” Hampton said, adding that detectives are not ready to release a description of the vehicle.

The officer said it is possible some of the victims who have come forward have talked to some who have not.

Victims who have not come forward could be afraid of the suspect or want to avoid embarrassment, Hampton explained.

Police ask that anyone who was approached by Green come forward.

Although Green has been charged in only one sexual assault, other victims have come forward.

He was denied bond and is being held in the Thomas County Jail.

Police also are investigating sexual assaults committed by a suspect described as white, driving a red truck and wearing a gray uniform-type shirt.

“He committed an assault on Aug. 30,” Hampton said. The victim was picked up in the Carroll Hill area.

“They’re having assaults in other jurisdictions with the same description of the male and the pickup truck,” Hampton said.

Anyone approached by the man should contact police or call 911.

Sexual assault victims in the Green case also are asked to contact police.

Victims or anyone with information should call Crimestoppers at 227-3305, police Criminal Investigations Division at 227-3302 or 911.

Senior reporter Patti Dozier can be reached at (229) 226-2400, ext. 1820.

 

 

 

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