A 21-year-old man is in custody after he allegedly broke into a disabled woman’s Power Inn Road apartment Saturday and raped her, according to authorities.
Abraham Arroyo is being held in the Sacramento County Main Jail in lieu of $1 million bail, said Sacramento County Sheriff’s Sgt. Lisa Bowman. He was booked on suspicion of rape, kidnapping, false imprisonment and home-invasion robbery, jail booking records show.
About 1 a.m. Saturday morning, a man knocked on the door of the 43-year-old victim’s apartment in the 7400 block of Power Inn Road and claimed to be there for “maintenance.” When the victim, who uses a wheelchair, asked him to come back the next day, the suspect smashed a front window and forced his way inside, Bowman said.
Inside, he took the victim’s cell phone, preventing her from calling for help, and forced her to have sex, Bowman said.
Afterward, a security guard heard sobs and found her lying on the floor of her apartment, Bowman said. He had to break the window further to get to her. The suspect had fled the scene.
The victim suffered visible injuries and was treated at a local hospital after authorities arrived. Later, detectives identified Arroyo as the suspect and arrested him Monday morning, Bowman said.
Arroyo is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday.
Arroyo was in Sacramento Superior Court last month, when he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of brandishing a weapon. He was sentenced to 45 days of Sheriff’s Work Project and three years of informal probation, according to records available online.
In January 2012, Arroyo pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of evading a peace officer, the online records show. He also pleaded no contest to an infranction related to driving with a suspended license. He received 20 days of Sheriff’s Work Project and three years of informal probation, according to the records.