Washington was arrested by Aurora Police Monday after the Colorado Bureau of Investigation matched Washington's DNA to samples found at one of the crime scenes.
The two sex assaults happened within six days of each other.
The first assault happened on Nov. 22. The victim in that case told police she woke up at 4:30 a.m. to find a man she didn't know in her home. She thought he broke in through a sliding window in the kitchen, which she told police was locked when she went to bed.
According to court documents, the suspect forced the woman to have sex with him before leaving through the front door which he asked her to open for him.
The victim told police the suspect took her laptop and demanded money. She told him she didn't have any. The victim told police the suspect threatened her with a knife. The laptop was recovered by police during Washington's arrest.
The second sex assault was reported on Nov. 28 at about 1:32 a.m. The victim told police the man threatened her and told her he had a gun. She never saw the weapon.
This victim told police the suspect wanted "money and sex." He raped her, according to court documents, and left.
"She saw him hopping over the balcony wall and then walking southwest," court documents say.
The third attempted assault happened on Nov. 30 at about 1:23 a.m.
The woman told police she woke up to a man standing over her. She started screaming and yelling, according court documents. The man ran out of the window.
Court documents say Washington matched physical description given by one of the victims.
Two human hairs collected on one of the sheets matched Washington's DNA.
The 30-year-old parolee is facing charges of sexual assault.
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