Johnnie B. Green Jr., 48, has been identified as the lead suspect in a series of kidnappings and sexual assaults that took place in and around Fayetteville, North Carolina. He is charged with 12 sexual assaults that took place between June 2009 and November 2010.
The cases were linked through the DNA obtained from the victims’ sexual assault kits. The FGG investigation was FGG investigation was conducted by Parabon Nanolabs.
Green pled guilty in Cumberland County Superior Court and was sentenced on October 7, 2022 to 28 years and five months in prison. He will have register as a sex offender when he is released, and he will be monitored by satellite for 10 years.
Five victims testified in person, and two read out statements about how significant an impact their assaults had on their lives. One victim was on the phone with her mother when Green broke in and raped her.
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Mullen, Rodger. “Police: DNA Links Man to Unsolved 2009-2010 Fayetteville Rapes.” Fayetteville Observer, May 7, 2019, last modified May 8, 2019. Accessed December 21, 2020. https://www.fayobserver.com/news/20190507/police-dna-links-man-to-unsolved-2009-2010-fayetteville-rapes.
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