A 27-year-old man who was charged in connection with the 2012 rape of five females in St. James has pleaded guilty.
Patrick Green pleaded guilty before the Western Regional Gun Court and is scheduled to be sentenced on March 12.
According to RJR News, Green was charged in connection with several other cases in Clarendon, St James, Manchester, among other parishes and has been described as a serial rapist by the Police High Command.
DNA samples were used by investigators to link Green to the rapes that took place in St. James.
He has also been convicted for other rapes.
In September, 2012, it was reported that armed men entered a home in Irwin Point and forced four women and a child into a nearby open lot. All five were sexually assaulted.