A Fayetteville man charged with holding a homeless woman captive in his home and repeatedly raping her has been charged with holding a second woman hostage.
The new charges against 44-year-old Floyd Lee Cahoon include first-degree sex offense, kidnapping and assault inflicting serious bodily injury. They were filed yesterday. Cahoon was arrested a week ago when deputies saw a bruised woman peeking out at them from a room inside the house. Cahoon was charged with raping and kidnapping that woman.
According to court documents, the homeless woman found at his home told investigators that Cahoon picked her up on a road and took her to a building that he said was his home and the office for his business. Cahoon is now being held on 900-thousand dollar bond for all the charges.
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