Following his release from prison six weeks ago, a registered sex offender is back in jail after he allegedly broke into a stranger’s apartment in Kansas and raped a seven-year-old girl.
According to WUSA, Corbin Breitenbach, 23, was charged with attempted capital murder, aggravated burglary, and aggravated criminal sodomy.
Breitenbach was previously convicted and sentenced to five years and eight months in prison for raping and choking a 22-year-old woman. He began serving his time in 2012, The Wichita Eagle reported.
After receiving credit for participating in a rehabilitation program, Breitenbach was released from prison on April 28 under the condition that he report to his parole officer.
Breitenbach could have been released in December 2016 had he not incurred 32 disciplinary reports while in prison, according to the Kansas Department of Corrections.
Breitenbach’s most recent crime occurred in the early morning of June 11 when he allegedly broke into an apartment where a seven-year-old girl, who he did not know, was staying.
Court documents revealed that Breitenbach took the girl out the bedroom to an outdoor balcony, choked her until she became unconscious and raped her before leaving.
WNCN reported that Breitenbach’s girlfriend lives across the courtyard from the apartment where the seven-year-old was attacked.
During his initial court appearance regarding the charges, the judge set Breitenbach’s bond at $1 million.
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