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East Walnut Hills man indicted on 5 rape charges

Brandon Tolbert (Source: Hamilton County Justice Center) Brandon Tolbert (Source: Hamilton County Justice Center)
EAST WALNUT HILLS, OH (FOX19) -

A Walnut Hills man has been indicted on 11 counts, five of which are rape, and is being held in the Hamilton County Justice Center on a $505,000 bail.

Brandon Tolbert, 23, of East Walnut Hills will find out on July 29, 2011 when he goes to trial for rape, attempted rape, gross sexual imposition, public indecency, and aggravated burglary.

According to court documents from Hamilton County, Tolbert broke into an apartment and raped a person three times on June 2nd. The charges for this incident are three counts of rape and one count of aggravated burglary.

Then, on June 14th, he broke into an apartment and tried to rape a person. For this instance, he is charged with attempted rape, gross sexual imposition and aggravated burglary.

On June 18th, Tolbert is accused of exposing himself in front of a minor, which is a charge of public indecency.

Tolbert is also accused of raping a person two times after breaking into their apartment on June 25th. The charges for this incident are two counts of rape and one count of aggravated burglary.

After first two incidents that involved rape, police were able to create a composite sketch of the suspect and were able to identify Tolbert after the third instance.

Tolbert is currently in the Hamilton County Justice Center.

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