On Wednesday, August 23, 2000, at approximately 2150 hours, an 18-year old, white male was walking to a
bus stop when he was accosted at gun-point by an unidentified white male. The offender forced the victim to
the offender’s pick-up truck that was parked nearby. At the truck, the victim was gagged and his hands were
bound behind his back. The offender drove the victim to unknown locations and sexually assaulted the victim.
As the offender was leaving, he told the victim not to get up until he left and not to report this incident to the
police. During the victim’s physical examination, the offender’s DNA was recovered. The DNA has been
profiled and is maintained in the National Combined DNA Index System (CODIS).
On Sunday, September 24, 2000, at approximately 2200 hours, Dalmar Hussen, an 18-year old Somalia male,
was walking home from a friend’s home. On Monday, September 25, 2000, at approximately 0900 hours,
Hussen was found dead, lying face down on the ground, in a vacant lot near his home. There were signs of a
struggle and Hussen had been shot. A blue baseball type cap with a “Hennessy Martini” logo on the front of
it was found on the ground nearby. DNA extracted from the hat linked the offender of this case to the above
sexual assault case.
Currently, the offender in these two cases is unidentified.