Case Acquaint Podcast

Episode 33 The Search for the Kansas College Rapist

August 7, 2018

Episode 33

The Search

for the

Kansas College Rapist


One person is responsible for at least 15 attacks which resulted in over a dozen brutal rapes since 2000 in two Kansas college towns.

After almost ten years, police decided the rapist must have "moved on" or gotten sick but they were wrong. The assailant turned up again in 2015, just as desperate to attack but now he knows the police have his DNA, so what's a rapist to do in this day and age with tools like the MVAC and high definition real-time surveillance cameras?

Apparently, for the time being, his pattern is changing. Is he cognizant of the high probability that it's only a matter of time before police come knocking, just as they did for other violent pervs who never thought they'd get caught? 

Police are not relying on forensics.

They have created a website to appeal to the community, on which they have placed an entire timeline of the events and even an offender profile.

We hope they don't stop there.

If you have information to share with authorities about this fool, please visit their website or call Manhattan Riley County Crime Stoppers at 785-539-7777 or toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)

If you have been a victim of sexual violence in any way, and need support, contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800 656-4673.

Did you know that Kansas and many other states have a backlog of untested rape kits? Sure you did! If you want to learn how you can help end the backlog, visit

Remember during the episode Christi promised to provide a link for you to check to see if YOUR state has ended the statute of limitations on sex crimes? Well, here it is. Let us know what progress your state has made!

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