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The victim in the latest alleged assault called police at 11 p.m. She said she was asleep when someone climbed through a window.
She said she woke up when the suspect began sexually assaulting her. She was taken to a hospital for treatment of serious injuries, police said. Detectives from the department’s Special Victims Section of the Adult Sexual Assault Unit and forensic scientists are now using that DNA evidence to see if they can link it to any additional sexual assaults that might have involved Powell.
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Chief Heberer is the current Secretary/Treasurer for the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), Secretary for the Central Mountain Regional Training Foundation (CMTF), and serves on many additional boards dedicated to improving the relationships between police and their communities.Had Powell, 45, been charged and convicted on seven felony counts, including first-degree sexual assault and first-degree burglary back in 2000, he could have still been behind bars when he allegedly crawled through a window and attacked and seriously injured the second woman.According to the plea, five felony counts were dismissed, the first-degree burglary was reduced to a lesser charge and the felony first-degree sexual assault was reduced to third-degree sexual assault, a misdemeanor. Lee Richards, spokeswoman for El Paso County District Attorney Dan May, said the case predated May’s administration.She said plea deals are offered in 95 percent of criminal cases.Although many counts were dismissed, the burglary count Powell pleaded guilty to at the time was the same level as the original sexual assault charge, Richards said.
“Whenever we’re dealing with stranger sex assaults, we want to get that individual into custody as soon as possible so he doesn’t commit other crimes,” said Lt. Powell, who was on parole at the time of the assault, was arrested at p.m. Powell was booked into the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center on charges of sexual assault, burglary and first-degree assault causing serious bodily injury.