The police arrest the man who robbed a 74-year-old woman from a street in San Francisco and repeatedly raped her

The police arrest the man, 47, who picked a 74-year-old woman from a street in San Francisco and raped her for FIVE HOURS before she deliberately dumped her on the sidewalk

  • A 74-year-old woman was on a morning walk in San Francisco when a man dragged her to his house, locked her and repeatedly raped her for 5 hours
  • Police said the woman was bitten several times by a cruel pit bull in the house
  • The man then dressed the victim and half-consciously left her on the street
  • Police arrested Manuel Jesus Amador, 47, for the May 10 attack
  • The crime is so horrible that prosecutors intend to ask the court not to give the guarantor a guarantee because it is a & # 39; danger to society & # 39; is.

The police have arrested a man who, according to them, has taken a 74-year-old woman off the street, held her for five hours, and raped her repeatedly before leaving her half-consciously on the sidewalk.

Manuel Jesus Amador, 47, is being detained in San Francisco County in connection with the May 10 attack, according to The San Francisco Chronicle.

The woman walked around Prague around McLaren Park in the southeast of the city around 8:00 am when the police said Amador grabbed her and dragged her into a driveway to his house.

A man is said to have snatched a 74-year-old woman from San Francisco's Prague street, repeatedly raped her and left her half consciously on the sidewalk.

A man is said to have snatched a 74-year-old woman from San Francisco's Prague street, repeatedly raped her and left her half consciously on the sidewalk.

San Francisco police (file image) has arrested 47-year-old Manuel Jesus Amador in connection with the May 10 attack

San Francisco police (file image) has arrested 47-year-old Manuel Jesus Amador in connection with the May 10 attack

San Francisco police (file image) has arrested 47-year-old Manuel Jesus Amador in connection with the May 10 attack

The older woman was on her morning walk at 10 am on May 10 in the southeastern part of the city (photo) when she was abducted

The older woman was on her morning walk at 10 am on May 10 in the southeastern part of the city (photo) when she was abducted

The older woman was on her morning walk at 10 a.m. on May 10 in the southeast of the city (pictured) when she was abducted

Authorities said his roommate's pitbull had bitten the woman's hip, ankles, and feet several times.

The attacker locked the victim in a room for five hours and raped her repeatedly.

The woman told the investigators that the rapist had strangled her, too, and reportedly lost consciousness for half an hour.

The man then dressed her, dragged her outside, and barely left her consciously on the street, the authorities said.

A passerby saw her and called emergency services. The woman was transferred to the San Francisco General Hospital.

The police imprisoned Amador in prison on May 17 and accused him of rape by force, violence or threat of personal injury and kidnapping to commit another crime.

The horrific attack took place near McLaren Park (photo). Locals told The San Francisco Chronicle that they did not recognize the name of Amador or know of a cruel dog in the area

The horrific attack took place near McLaren Park (photo). Locals told The San Francisco Chronicle that they did not recognize the name of Amador or know of a cruel dog in the area

The horrific attack took place near McLaren Park (photo). Locals told The San Francisco Chronicle that they did not recognize the name of Amador or know of a cruel dog in the area

The San Francisco Chronicle reported that prosecutors are planning to ask the judge not to release the guarantee on bail because his alleged crime is so horrifying that he would endanger the public if he were released.

& # 39; This case is particularly blatant & # 39 ;, wrote district attorney George Gascon and assistant council attorney Margaret Buitrago in their petition to the Supreme Court.

They said that the & # 39; lack of criminal history of the suspect should not dilute the seriousness of his behavior & # 39 ;.

Gascon and Buitrago also pointed out that crimes against elderly victims entail additional punitive measures based on the law.

It is expected that a bail judge will rule on Amador & # 39; s reminder on Thursday.

It is unclear whether the suspect has a lawyer.

The chronicle said it remembers the name of the victim because of the nature of the crime.

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