Texas police arrested a man for the rape and murder of two women, with authorities now saying they may have evidence of a third sexual assault, as reported by The Dallas Morning News.
Reginald Kimbro, 24, is already in prison, having been previously accused of raping and murdering Molly Matheson, 22, and Megan Leigh Getrum, 36. Authorities have now uncovered enough evidence to charge him with two more counts of sexual assault, indicating a third victim, one who was not murdered, has stepped forward.
The victim’s identity is being withheld, but police have stated that the sexual assault is alleged to have occurred in 2014, near the town of Allen. Sgt. Jon Felty said that this victim was found laying in a yard after a party. Investigators are waiting for DNA tests to come back, having suggested that more charges could be forthcoming once that happens.
“We had the one, and then we had two,” Plano police spokesman David Tilley said back in May. “Where there’s two, there could be three.”
As previously reported by CrimeOnline, Getrum was last seen on April 15 when she went for a walk in a park near her home. Her body was found in a lake 30 miles away. Matheson, the other victim, was actually Kimbro’s ex-girlfriend. Her body was found on April 10, in her apartment on the Texas Christian University campus.
The 24-year-old faces a litany of charges, including two counts of murder and two more counts of sexual assault. Kimbro has denied committing these horrific acts, despite his DNA being found at both crime scenes.
[Featured Image: Collin County Sheriff’s Department]