Weirdo Who Broke Into House To Watch Couple Sleep Now Is Accused Of Rape

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California police announced on Tuesday that they have linked an alleged burglar to a previously unsolved rape case through his DNA.

Anthony Andres Cifuentes was arrested on April 11 after allegedly breaking into a couple’s house and watching them sleep. Now, new evidence reportedly recovered by police suggests his involvement in an unsolved case of sexual assault. The San Bernardino District Attorney’s Office is now charging the 31-year-old with rape, assault with intent to commit rape and two counts of burglary that could result in a prison sentence for life, a press release states.

Cfuentes allegedly broke into a couple’s home on Feb. 22, committing burglary and being caught on tape staring at them in their sleep. A video purporting to show the crime was originally posted on Facebook by the San Bernardino Police Department. (RELATED: Women Arrested For Allegedly Breaking Into Man’s House, Throwing Glitter At Him)

DNA collected after Cifuentes’ arrest reportedly linked him to an alleged assault on Feb. 15. He allegedly broke into a different house through a kitchen window and sexually assaulted a women in her sleep. (RELATED: ‘Kill Her’: Reality Star Dorit Kemsley Reportedly Wakes Up To Home Intruders By Her Bed, Held At Gun Point)

Further evidence has been collected from his house, connecting him to the burglary and assault, police added.

The police originally withheld Cifuentes’ identity to protect the ongoing investigation. He is suspected of having committed additional crimes. Victims are encouraged to come forward.