December 12, 1992
Larry Kinnebrew, a former running back with the Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills, was indicted on two charges of rape of a 31-year-old woman Nov. 12 at the woman's home in Cincinnati.
November 7, 1991 |
Cleveland Brown receivers Reggie Langhorne and Webster Slaughter, identified in a report in the Cleveland Plain Dealer as the subjects of a sexual assault investigation, denied any involvement in the alleged attack. The newspaper, citing sources it did not identify, reported that a woman claims she was assaulted by Langhorne and that Slaughter watched the alleged assault but did not interfere. Police are investigating.
August 24, 1991 |
An arrest warrant was issued for Joseph Simmons, star of the rap group Run-DMC, after he was indicted on rape charges in Cleveland. Simmons, 25, of New York, faces three counts of rape and one count each of kidnaping and gross sexual imposition. A Cleveland woman, 22, told police that Simmons raped her in his hotel room after members of the group's entourage approached her during a performance on Aug. 9.
August 17, 1991 |
Cleveland police said that they were seeking an indictment against the star of the rap music group Run-DMC, who is under investigation for rape. An indictment would allow authorities to seek the extradition of Joseph Simmons, 25, of New York, who is known in the group as Run. Authorities said evidence from the weeklong investigation was presented to a Cuyahoga County grand jury after a police investigation into an allegation made by a 22-year-old Cleveland woman against Simmons.
August 17, 1991 |
Cleveland police are seeking a grand jury indictment of a member of the rap group Run-DMC following allegations from a woman who said she was raped by the performer. An indictment by a Cuyahoga County grand jury would allow authorities to seek the extradition of Joseph (Run) Simmons, 25, of New York. An arrest warrant for Simmons was issued Thursday following allegations made by a 22-year-old woman who claims Simmons raped her in his hotel room following an Aug.
June 25, 1991 |
A woman testified that former University of Cincinnati basketball player Louis Banks raped her and stopped only after she reminded him that he wasn't using a condom. The woman, a criminal justice major, had taken a course on surviving sexual assault. The woman said she was able to persuade him to stop after offering to get a condom from her purse.