Raleigh police charge man with kidnapping, sexual assault

From staff reportsNovember 14, 2012 

Tremain Labrone Manley

WAKE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

— Police on Tuesday night charged a man with multiple counts of assault on a female and sexual offense as well as kidnapping and attempted rape in connection with what they said was an attack on a woman in the city.

Tremain Labrone Manley, 36, of 527 S. East St. in Raleigh was being held at the Wake County Detention Center in connection with a Nov. 4 charge of larceny of a motor vehicle when police charged him in the Nov. 3 assault case. They listed him as being a laborer for a carpet company.

Manley, they charged in arrest warrants, punched the woman, identified only as being older than 18, in the face with his fist and put her in a choke hold that kept her from breathing for a few seconds. While keeping her against her will, they wrote, he committed second-degree sexual offense three times, attempted to do so a fourth time and tried to commit second-degree rape.

Police said Manley knew the victim in the case, and the incident happened ast a residence on Millstone Drive.

Including the motor-vehicle charge, Manley was being held on $510,000 total bond.

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