A Charlotte man was charged this week in connection with a July burglary at a Rock Hill home, during which he is accused of sexually assaulting a woman he knows, according to Rock Hill Police.
Raymond William Inkpen, 27, is charged with kidnapping, criminal sexual conduct and criminal domestic violence, police documents state. He remained in the York County detention center without bond on Monday.
The incident happened just after midnight July 23, according to a police report. The victim said Inkpen entered her home through a sliding glass door in her bedroom. When Inkpen saw a man in the apartment with the woman, he said the second man “needed to leave.”
The victim took the man to his home and Inkpen followed them in his own vehicle, police said. She then drove back to her home and Inkpen followed her inside.
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Inkpen “became disorderly” and began physically assaulting the woman, then dragged her by the hair into her bedroom, police said. He then threw her on the bed, got on top of her and assaulted her, the report states.
The victim told police Inkpen covered her mouth with his hand because she was trying to scream. She then bit his hand, and he ran from the home.
The victim was taken to Piedmont Medical Center for a sex assault examination.