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Lynh Bui Lynh Bui Reporter focusing on public safety and criminal justice Email Bio Follow June 26 at 6:06 PM Police have made an arrest in the sexual assault of a woman who was threatened with a gun and forced into a car while she was on a walk, authorit

Police have made an arrest in the sexual assault of a woman who was threatened with a gun and forced into a car while she was on a walk, authorities said Wednesday.

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Kalvine McGee, 35, of no fixed address, has been charged with first-degree rape and faces other charges in the assault, Prince George’s County police said.

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The woman had been walking near Cipriano Road and Tuckerman Street in Lanham around 4 a.m. Monday when a man forced her into a car and drove her to a parking lot before sexually assaulting her, police said.

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McGee and the woman did not know each other, police said. Detectives identified and arrested McGee, who admitted he was involved in the assault, police said

He is being held in county jail without bond

Kalvine McGee, 35, of no fixed address, has been charged with first-degree rape and other charges in the assault of the woman, police said. (Prince George’s County Police) Read more:

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