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Suspect Assaulted Officers, Broke Into DC Estate Days Before Raping Woman in Columbia Heights: Documents

Published Nov 6, 2019 at 10:57 PM

A man accused of beating and raping a woman inside her home in Columbia Heights was arrested multiple times in the days leading up to the attack, including an incident in which he punched two D.C. officers,
according to court documents.

D.C. police say 26-year-old Theodore Tinsley, of no fixed address, broke into a woman's home on 13th Street NW about 6:30 a.m. Sunday morning.

The woman told police she woke up to find a man she didn't know and noticed he wasn't wearing shoes, court documents say. She said she got him to walk downstairs and asked him if he was hungry and he replied "yes" so she put some food in a bag and gave it to him, the documents say.

She then told him to leave through the rear door of a bedroom near the kitchen, but the suspect raped her, according to documents.

The woman said "she tried to talk her way through the assault" and asked the suspect what his name and age was. He replied that his name was "Theodore" and he was 26 years old, according to documents.

During the assault, the woman's children came downstairs and she told them to run to a neighbor's house, the documents say.

When she tried to escape, the suspect grabbed her by the hair and punched her in the face before raping her a second time, documents say.
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