UPDATED: Stevenson Ranch Man Charged With 17 Felony Counts, Including Attempted Murder, Multiple Sexual Assault Charges
UPDATED 2:45 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23
An 18-year-old Stevenson Ranch man suspected of breaking into a house on Holmes Place in Stevenson Ranch and brutally assaulting the female resident on January 8 has been charged with multiple counts including attempted murder, according to the District Attorney's office.
Jerry Moon (pictured at right) will be arraigned March 7 in Dept. S of San Fernando Superior Court.
Moon was originally scheduled for arraignment on Feb. 21, but it was postponed.
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He was charged with 17 felony counts, including attempted murder, forcible rape, false imprisonment by violence, first-degree residential robbery, first-degree burglary and multiple counts of sexual assault. He is being held at Men's Central Jail in downtown Los Angeles in lieu of $16.4 million.
Moon was arrested Feb. 16 by Sheriff’s deputies, who analyzed video footage of the neighborhood provided by the Stevenson Ranch Homeowner's Association. Detectives were able to obtain a photo of Moon and ascertain his Steinbeck Avenue address. Evidence recovered at the crime scene and property obtained using a search warrant of Moon's home supported his arrest; he was taken into custody and booked at the Santa Clarita Valley station.
If convicted, he faces up to life in prison.