Who is John Uda? Stash of 400 women's underwear found at attempted rape suspect's Alabama home
John Uda, 27, allegedly tried to sexually assault a woman in her own home in Dothan, Alabama on July 10 before police searched his home to find over 400 bras and panties
DOTHAN, ALABAMA: A 27-year-old Alabama man is accused of attempting to assault a woman sexually after breaking into her home. The man had a stash of over 400 pieces women's underwear at his residence, a report said.
John Uda, 27, allegedly busted into the victim’s house on July 10, 2021, in Dothan. The targeted woman put up a fight, according Lt Scott Owens of Dothan Police. Investigators said that Uda allegedly tried to sexually assault the victim, due to which she suffered minor injuries. A day after the break-in, the police searched Uda’s house and found over 400 panties and bras. It was reported that Uda also stole a game console from the woman’s house in a separate burglary incident on July 1, 2021.
We have reported many similar incidents in the past. Today, we reported the arrest of Elvis Nina Pichardow, an ex-convict, 40, who tried to rape 3 women in one hour at NYC park. In another incident, Crosley MacEahen, 18, an Ohio school footballer raped a girl while she was sleeping. We also reported another bizarre incident, where a sex convict, 62, who reportedly raped and strangled a 7-year-old girl, was arrested when he attended her funeral.
According to National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), "One in five women in the United States experienced completed or attempted rape during their lifetime and nationwide, 81% of women and 43% of men reported experiencing some form of sexual harassment and/or assault in their lifetime." The website also reports that it is estimated that 734,630 people were raped (including threatened, attempted, or completed rape) in the US in 2018.
The police also revealed that in 2019, Uda was accused of stealing underwear from the community laundry room at his apartment complex. Uda has been charged with 50 counts of voyeurism, burglary, aggravated criminal surveillance, and attempted rape, the report said. He is being held in jail on a $1 million bond.