WASHINGTON - A second suspect wanted for the rape, kidnapping and robbery of a woman as she was leaving the Naylor Road Metro station two weeks ago has been arrested, police say.
D.C. police and Prince George's County police say 29-year-old Mark Blue, of Northwest D.C., was taken into custody in Winston Salem, North Carolina on Monday. Authorities are working to extradite him back to the D.C. area.
Last week, 25-year-old Nick Savoy, of Southeast D.C., was arrested after he turned himself in to police in Roanoke, Virginia, officials say.
According to police, the victim reported that the two suspects forced her into a dark-colored sedan at gunpoint as she was walking home from the Metro station just after midnight on Dec. 3.
She says after taking turns raping and assaulting her, they pushed her from the car and left her in an alley behind Anacostia High School in Southeast D.C. just blocks from Savoy's home.
The victim then knocked on the door of a Good Samaritan's home where police were contacted.
"She was really terrified and scared, and she wanted somebody to help her because she was outside with no clothes on," the Good Samaritan, Frank Spears, told FOX 5.
Blue and Savoy are facing charges of first- and second-degree rape, armed robbery, kidnapping and other related charges.