DETROIT (AP) — A lawyer for a man arrested in connection to a string of rapes that terrorized Detroit says investigators have told him they have DNA evidence linking his client to the attacks.
Defense lawyer James Galen Jr. tells The Detroit News he expects charges Monday. He says women who were sexually assaulted picked his client out of a lineup.
Galen has told TV stations WJBK and WXYZ that his client told investigators he wasn't involved in the assaults.
Galen told The Associated Press on Sunday afternoon that he would discuss the case later.
Detroit police declined to comment Sunday on the case. A news conference with police and prosecutors was scheduled for Monday.
Police said the string of attacks includes seven sexual assaults and one attempted rape.