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The three most recent felony indictments are all related to two Asheville women who came forward in March to say they believe Greenarch is the same man who attacked them in Greenarch faces numerous felony charges from the January attacks, which occurred in or near the River Arts District. The Buncombe County grand jury returned the indictments in the cases on May 3, according to Asheville Police Department spokeswoman Christina Hallingse.
The charges include two counts of first degree forcible rape and one count of first degree forcible sex offense, Hallingse said. The January attacks, which occurred in daylight, unnerved the community. In those cases, two women were forced into the attacker's vehicle at knifepoint and sexually assaulted in or near the River Arts District, the police have said.
Greenarch was charged with multiple felonies in those cases, as well as in another similar sexual assault case dating to that occurred in the same vicinity. After the Citizen Times ran news stories about the January assaults, Asheville residents Joy Hanson and Samantha Ashe came forward to say they were sexually assaulted in and had reported the crime to the Asheville Police Department.
They both have vivid memories of their attacker — Greenarch, they say— as well as the large hunting knife that was used. Both women also have expressed disappointment in APD's handling of their cases, saying they believe the most recent attacks could have been prevented. The women are former sex workers and feel that status may have affected how seriously their cases were taken, although the APD was adamant that its detectives pursued their cases vigorously.
Reached May 3 and asked about the indictments in her case, Ashe said they do bring some satisfaction.
More: Alleged RAD rapist has troubled past, 3 head injuries: court records. Hanson Women want sex Buncombe more stoic and still remains skeptical about the police department's handling of the case. I hope he goes to prison for as long as they want to lock him up for. Hallingse said she could not comment further. The APD is limited in what it can say because of upcoming criminal proceedings against Greenarch, and because the investigations are ongoing.
In March, Capt. He also stressed that the department is sensitive to assaults on sex workers, as they are a particularly vulnerable population. As far as their status as sex workers, Silberman said that was "absolutely not" a factor in how the APD handled the women's cases. Greenarch, Jr. That record includes taking indecent liberties with in and multiple felony convictions years later for violating the requirements of the sex offender registry. Described by the APD as a "serial sexual offender," Greenarch faces multiple felonies related to the and assaults.
Charges include two counts of first degree kidnapping, first degree forcible sex offense, attempted first degree forcible sex offense, second degree forcible sex offense, two counts of felonious restraint and two counts of failure to pay child support. In March, Greenarch declined comment on the charges through his attorney, public defender Sam Snead, who also noted, "Mr.
Greenarch is pd innocent until his case is proven in a court of law by the prosecution, beyond a reasonable doubt. Ashe, now working as a waitress, remains disillusioned with the legal system's handling of her case, although the recent indictments give her some hope. But hopefully, I will get justice. Facebook Twitter. Greenarch indicted on more rape charges after women come forward.
John Boyle Asheville Citizen Times. Show Caption. Hide Caption. More women come forward in Greenarch case.
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