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Kevin Ray to be Sentenced for Md. Home Invasions



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    A man convicted of home invasions, burglaries and forced sex acts upon women is scheduled to be sentenced in Montgomery County.

    Kevin Ray, 34, faces more than 100 years in prison when he's sentenced Tuesday. A previous sentencing hearing for Ray was delayed after he fired his lawyer. He is now representing himself.

    Ray was convicted in April of crimes including burglary, first-degree assault, sex offense and false imprisonment. Prosecutors say he committed crimes across the Washington metropolitan area in early 2012.

    In the Wheaton case, the victim was holding her infant child when Ray confronted her in her garage, prosecutors said. He told her not to make a sound or he would shoot her and the child. He locked the woman and her baby in a closet and drove off in her car, prosecutors said.

    During a second home invasion, Ray sexually assaulted a housekeeper in a shower in Bethesda and then turned on the water to wash away his DNA.

    And in a case in Temple Hills, Ray, who is a registered sex offender, raped the victim twice, according to prosecutors.

    He was eventually arrested in Kitty Hawk, N.C.