A North Carolina man who police say arranged on Craigslist for his wife to be raped by another man pleaded guilty last year to indecent exposure in Virginia.
Police say a judge sentenced the man to 30 days for the Chesterfield County, Va., misdemeanor.
Kannapolis police Sgt. Chris Nesmitt said Friday investigators are getting details on the Virginia case as they look into last weekend's assault of the man's wife in their home.
Police say the husband found the attacker through Craigslist, the online classified service under scrutiny for sexually explicit ads.
The husband faces first-degree rape and other charges. The Associated Press, which generally does not identify victims of sexual assault, is not naming the man to avoid identifying his wife.
Investigators in North Carolina are still trying to identify an alleged rapist they say a man found on Craigslist to assault his wife.
Police in Kannapolis say they are getting help from federal investigators as they probe computer and telephone records after arresting the
The husband faces first-degree rape and other charges and is in jail under $200,000 bond. The Associated Press, which generally does not identify victims of sexual assault, is not naming the man to avoid identifying his wife.
Police say the wife called 911 Sunday and said a man with a knife raped her in the bedroom of their home about 25 miles northeast of Charlotte. Police say the husband was in the room at the time of the attack.
North Carolina police have arrested a man and accused him of using the online advertising service Craigslist to enlist another man to rape his wife.
The 25-year-old Kannapolis husband faces first-degree rape and other charges.
The Associated Press is not identifying the man because it does not identify alleged victims of sexual assault.
The man was arrested after police responded to a 911 call early Sunday. On the call, the woman said a man armed with a knife assaulted her in her home.
Police said the woman's husband was in the room; their two small children also were in the home.
Police said the husband arranged the rape using online ads.
Police said the identity of the rape suspect is being investigated.
The wife was treated at a hospital.
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