By Greg Sowinski - firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: Lima News
LIMA — A man who became a suspect in the alleged rapes of two women from a DNA match after he was charged in another crime will have to wait another night before a jury decides his fate.
After about four hours of deliberations Thursday, the jury did not reach a verdict and wanted to go home for the evening in the case against Walter Robinson. The jury will return at 8:30 a.m. today to resume deliberations.
The 54-year-old Robinson is charged with four counts of rape and two counts of kidnapping over separate incidents with two women that happened more than 10 years before the DNA hit.