CHICAGO — A jury Friday convicted a 23-year-old man of a 2010 rape stemming from a home invasion in Lincoln Park.
Darrell Moore was convicted of 11 counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault and one count of home invasion for repeatedly sexually assaulting a woman in September 2010, the Cook County State's Attorney's Office said.
He faces up to 66 years in prison when he is sentenced next month.
Moore and three co-defendents broke into the woman's Lincoln Park apartment by pulling down a window on the building's porch. Once in the victim's bedroom, Moore repeatedly sexually assaulted the woman and threatened to kill her unless she met his demands, including money and jewelry.
Police were called by a neighbor who saw the victim's purse on the back stairs. When police arrived, Moore covered the victim's mouth so she could not respond to their calls.
Officers entered the apartment and found Moore in the victim's bed.
Mutliple condoms were found at the scene, and DNA found in them matched Moore's, the State's Attorney's Office said.
Moore's co-defendent's pleaded guilty to the home invastion.