Denver Police Arrest Suspect In Violent Attack On Woman

DENVER (CBS4) – The man suspected of violently attacking a woman in Denver is now under arrest.

Police arrested Clifton Ray Williams, 37, for investigation of kidnapping and aggravated assault. They say he attacked a woman in the early morning hours of July 24 on South Broadway near Illiff. Authorities arrested him Thursday morning in Castle Rock.

Police surveillance video showed the suspect leaving a car around the corner from where the assault happened. About five minutes later he was seen sprinting back to the car.

The victim told police the attacker grabbed her around the neck and tried to drag her to an alley. She was able to fight him off.

Police said they were able to identify Williams from a Crime Stoppers tip.

  • Donald williams

    My brother has made some mistakes in life just like the rest of us. I do not believe he would do this and I stand by his innocence. Innocent until proven guilty.

  • Jamie

    And the girl is my ex-girlfriend and his side of the story is just ridiculous…. She is not a prostitute.. She goes to college and contributes to society, unlike your brother who prays on innocent women while being on extasy at 1:15 in the morning… Your family is in severe denial and it makes me sick…

  • Dorian

    What should make you sick is that your ex-girlfriend is hanging out at in a bad neighborhood at 1 am dressed how ? She doesn’t seem all that damn innocent !

  • Dorian

    One would have to ask ones self, what exactly was your ex doing scurrimg around that not so well to do neighborhood early Sunday morning hmm seems the bars close around that time don’t they, yet you try to portray your ex as some contribution to society what exactly was she contributing at 1:00 am ?

    • Sharon Hutton

      What does it matter what she was wearing or why she was out at that time of night. Would you ask if it was a male who was attacked? Same old double standard. This is the USA, not some middle eastern country and EVERYONE should have the right to walk down a public street at any time without being attacked by ANYONE. It is attitudes like this that propagate violence against women. Man up!

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