WASHINGTON - Detectives have used DNA evidence to arrest a suspect in a rape from 23 years ago.
At 1:55 a.m. on July 26, 2000, two people walking on Montgomery Village Avenue were stopped by a man with a handgun. The suspect allegedly robbed them and raped one of the victims, police say.
A DNA profile was extracted from evidence from the crime scene, which was matched to 47-year-old James Lorenzo Greene.
Green was arrested on September 6 and charged with first-degree rape, armed robbery, and first-degree assault.