A suspect of multiple rape cases from years ago has pleaded not guilty.
A Lawyer And A Charlestown Rape Suspect Pleaded Not Guilty
Matthew Nilo, who is an attorney, has pleaded not guilty to his charges. The man, who pleaded not guilty is also suspected of multiple rapes in Charlestown and the North End 15 years ago.
Matthew Nilo, who pleaded not guilty, has had his court hearing postponed until October 31st. The man who pleaded not guilty is a corporate attorney from New Jersey, was arrested in May, and is currently out on bail of $550,000.
He pleaded not guilty to charges of Charlestown rapes in June and was later charged with North End rapes in July.
According to a published article by Boston Herald, the alleged rape cases occurred between 2007 and 2008 in both areas to which he pleaded not guilty.
The man who pleaded not guilty was said to be stalking women. The man who pleaded not guilty was also suspected of picking up women through his car.
Thanks To DNA Evidence
In a published article by Live 5 News, a lawyer from Boston was accused of committing several rapes. Such rape cases were solved thanks to the DNA from the suspect. The Boston lawyer was arrested thanks to DNA evidence.