A man arrested Saturday for breaking into a home in Georgetown in late August and sexually assaulting a woman was wearing a GPS monitor at the time of the rape, according to court documents.
Bertrand Joseph Lebeau, 34, was charged with second-degree sexual abuse and burglary, D.C. police said.
About 1:30 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 30 Lebeau broke into a home on 30th Street NW, a block away from Georgetown's popular M street, according to police.
An affidavit for an arrest warrant says a woman who lived in the house woke up to find a man sexually assaulting her. He took off shortly after she awoke.
Police arrived to the home after the assault and found a cellphone resting on the victim's window air conditioning unit, the arrest warrant says. Police said the window was not covered and the woman's bedroom was visible form the outside.
Technicians with the D.C. Department of Forensic Sciences later identified Lebeau as the owner of the phone, according to the warrant.
A police database search also revealed that Lebeau was on "pretrial release in an unrelated case in D.C. Superior Court" and ordered to wear a GPS device, the warrant says.
Online court records reveal Lebeau plead guilty to domestic violence charges in July and on Aug. 15 he was put on pretrial release for unlawful entry when a woman reported to police he had repeatedly entered her property on T Street NW.
Detectives discovered that Lebeau's GPS monitor placed him at the home in Georgetown at the time of the rape, according to the warrant.
DNA evidence also matched the suspect's DNA, the warrant says.