News Release, Prince George’s County Police Department
Detectives arrested a suspect in connection with a recent sexual assault in Brandywine. The suspect is 25-year-old Nahvarj Mills of the 12000 block of Cross Road Trail in Brandywine. Detectives are concerned there could be additional victims in the region and are asking anyone with information on this suspect to call investigators.
The preliminary investigation reveals the victim and the suspect met at a nightclub in Washington, DC on February 22nd. The adult female victim tells detectives she was sexually assaulted by the suspect at his home. The suspect released the victim when a third person walked into the room.
The victim and suspect did not know each other prior to the evening of the sexual assault.
During the course of the investigation, Mills was developed as the suspect. He’s charged with first and second degree rape and related charges.
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