A year-old Schaumburg man was free on bond Friday after he was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a woman as she walked on a path in a northwest suburban forest preserve, authorities said. He was charged with aggravated criminal sexual assault and kidnapping, authorities said. Patterson is required to wear an electronic monitoring device while out on bond and was ordered to have no contact with the year-old woman, authorities said.
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A Schaumburg man is charged with sexually assaulting and kidnapping a woman late last month while she was walking along the Poplar Creek Trail in the Arthur L. If convicted of the felonies, he faces up to 30 years in prison. Authorities say the woman was walking on the trail the evening of May 30 when Patterson rode past her several times on a bicycle and ran past her once. He dragged her into the woods, ordered her to remove her clothes and sexually assaulted her, the prosecutor said.
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Ryan Patterson, 27, has been charged with two felony counts of criminal sexual assault and kidnapping for the May 30 attack. After the attack, Patterson allegedly told the victim personal information as she talked to him to distract him while getting dressed. Prosecutors said Patterson revealed he was a graduate of the University of Illinois and even identified himself by his first name.
A neighbor of the year-old woman found strangled in her Schaumburg apartment on Easter Sunday has been charged in the slaying, officials said. Mejia-Maya had previous ties to Florida, police said. Thrasher was found Sunday by police after they were called for a well-being check at her home in the block of Clipper Avenue.