Tulsa sex assault suspect found in coma, police chief says

The serial assailant Tulsa police believe sexually assaulted eight women in June has been in a coma since Sunday, following a single-vehicle crash he was involved in just minutes after the latest attack had been reported, according to the Tulsa World.
By DYLAN GOFORTH, Tulsa World Published: July 4, 2014
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The man Tulsa police believe sexually assaulted at least seven women in June has been in a coma since Sunday, following a single-vehicle crash just minutes after the latest attack occurred., according to the Tulsa World.

Police Chief Chuck Jordan announced in a press conference Thursday that Desmond La’don Campbell, 30, had been identified as the suspect in a series of sexual assaults.

Crime scene evidence directed detectives to Campbell, Jordan said. He would not comment on what the evidence was.

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