Man accused in multiple sexual assault cases charged, San Antonio police say

Demarco Culpepper, 25, was arrested Friday

Demarco Culpepper, 25, is charged with two counts of aggravated sexual assault. (KSAT)

SAN ANTONIO – A man accused of sexually assaulting multiple victims was arrested by San Antonio police Friday and is now charged with two counts of aggravated sexual assault and one count of robbery.

Officers were initially called to the 100 block of Lewis after a victim called to report a man had broken into her apartment and sexually assaulted her, SAPD said. The man then ran from the scene on foot.

Police were then called to Cypress Street nearby for another report of a man breaking into a location and sexually assaulting a victim inside.

SAPD said the suspect’s description in both cases matched that of 25-year-old Demarco Culpepper, who was later taken into custody by police.


Culpepper had evidence that linked him to both sexual assault scenes, police said. He did not appear to have any previous connection to either of the victims, according to SAPD.

This isn’t the first time Culpepper has been arrested for a similar crime. Online court records show both sexual assault cases he faced last year were dropped due to missing witnesses.

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A man accused of sexually assaulting multiple victims was arrested by San Antonio police Friday.

The conditions of both victims are unknown at this time.

According to online court records, bond for all three of Culpepper’s charges totals $800,000. He is still being held in the Bexar County Jail.

KSAT will update you on air and online with new information about this case as it becomes available.

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