GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4)-Marc O’Leary is accused of raping two women in two cities and is being held on a $5 million bond in Golden. He pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to 28 charges in attacks on two women in Golden and Westminster and an attempted attack in Lakewood.
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Outside of Colorado, O’Leary is wanted for the 2008 rape of a woman in Snohomish County, Washington.
After O’Leary was arrested at his Lakewood home in February, the Snohomish County affidavit describes interviews with people who know him. According to the interviews, O’Leary appears to have a sense of entitlement to have sex with whomever he pleased. They told police that he was part of a “secret society” that believed “the world is divided into alphas and bravos.”
O’Leary “believed he was an alpha” that entitled him “to have sexual intercourse with whomever he wanted.”
The affidavit details the search of O’Leary’s Lakewood home which turned up photographic evidence of the sex crimes, including the rape of woman in Washington state.
The affidavit ties that crime to those in Colorado, based on O’Leary’s “meticulous photographing of his sexual assaults of his victims,” telling his victims that “if they report the assault to the police he will post pictures of them on the internet,” binding his victims hands and using latex gloves.
Investigators believe O’Leary planned his attacks, staked out his victims, assaulting them repeatedly over several hours and then took methodical steps to make sure no evidence was left behind.
The arrest warrant for the January assault in Golden states the man had a black backpack with supplies for the attack, including stockings and high heels, which he dressed the victim in. He also brought make up, which he made her wear.
There were also wet wipes and bottled water. The bag also had a sex toy, a flashlight and a pink camera. The suspect used the camera to take pictures throughout the four hours of forced sex acts.
A brief history of O’Leary shows he moved to Washington state in 2006 after serving in the U.S. Army. In 2009, he moved to Jefferson County, Colorado.
He’s also a person of interest in a nearly identical case in Aurora. No charges have been filed in that case. O’Leary is also named a suspect in another attempted assault out of Kirkland, Wash.MORE NEWS: Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You See Another Relief Payment?