July 8, 2016
BERKELEY -- Berkeley police have named a 24-year-old construction worker and suspected marijuana dealer as the person they say attacked "at least three" women in string of 2008 home-invasion sexual assaults.Johnny Dunbar, of Berkeley, was charged Friday with two counts of rape and other felony sex offenses for allegedly sexually assaulting three women in their homes during armed burglaries in June and July 2008. Dunbar was 16 at the time of the crimes but is being prosecuted as an adult by the Alameda County District Attorney's Office.
Dunbar's fingerprints were matched to that palm print in April, and his DNA subsequently matched to the DNA left at the crime scenes. On Wednesday, Berkeley police served an arrest warrant on Dunbar at his residence in the 1300 block of Delaware Street.
Police said they also found evidence there that indicates that Dunbar was selling marijuana out of the residence, including nearly a pound of the drug, three scales, packing materials and more than $4,000 in cash.
Dunbar was scheduled to appear in front of a judge in Oakland on Friday morning. He is being held at Santa Rita Jail in lieu of more than $400,000 bail.
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