Source: Scott Goldstein / The Dallas Morning News
A serial rapist may be behind at least four attacks in Plano, TX and Denton County on local alumni members of the predominantly black Delta Sigma Theta sorority, according to local organization members.
An email alert sent to Dallas alumnae chapter members this morning said the attacks have occurred over the past 11 months, including one Friday night. Plano police did not confirm which sorority members were being targeted, but they said in a news release that the victims are all black women in their mid-50s to mid-60s and that they were attacked in their Plano, Coppell and Corinth homes between the hours of 9 p.m. and 4 a.m.
Two of the area alumni chapters have been asked to release rosters to local police, according to the alumni email alert.
“I am sure this is alarming and the area DFW Chapter presidents have received many phone calls in reference to these incidents,” the email said “Our National President, National First Vice President and Regional Director are aggressively gathering information to distribute to the chapters.”
During each assault, the man has revealed that he knows personal information about his victim.
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