Additional details have been published with regard to the alleged sexual assault of a pregnant woman a few blocks from Chicago State University.
According to Chicago Police, the sexual assault happened at approximately 12:20 p.m. Wednesday (September 10, 2014) as a 24-year-old woman was at her car in the 9800 block of South Indiana.
At that time, an assailant put a steak knife to her throat and forced her to drive to a nearby alley. After the man sexually assaulted the woman in the back seat of the car, he stole $160 from her, then locked her in the trunk, according to prosecutors.
The woman was able to escape from the trunk using a trunk release.
The assailant was arrested by Chicago Police Friday night.
He has been identified as Aaron T. Parks, 17, of Chicago. He has been charged as an adult with aggravated criminal sexual assault, aggravated kidnapping, and armed robbery.
At the time of the attack, Parks was under house arrest and wearing an electronic monitoring device for attempting a similar assault in July.
An excerpt from the September 14, 2014 Chicago Sun-Times article titled “No bail for teen accused of sexually assaulting CSU student“:
Last July, Parks allegedly got into a woman’s car and held a gun to her stomach, Novy said. That victim managed to flee and call police, she said.
Parks also was found guilty as a juvenile in June of attempted armed robbery, Novy said. He is awaiting sentencing.
Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources, including the Chicago Sun-Times article mentioned above, as well as the September 13 myfoxchicago.com article titled “Teen charged with sexually assaulting CSU student.“