The victim was attacked by a man who showed up at her front door with a rifle and hatchet. When he asked for money, she offered him her ATM and car keys. The man, who came back because the card would not work, bound her feet, waist, and fact with duct tape and raped her. After the rape, he tossed her his T-shirt and left. Cameron was identified in a photo lineup.
Five days after the rape, Cameron was arrested in Utah on an unrelated charge. While Cameron spent 45 days in jail on that charge, Utah police collected his DNA and entered it into their database.As police across the country merge their DNA databases, Cameron's DNA that was collected in Utah matched the DNA recovered from the 2003 Dyer rape, Foley said.
The U.S. marshal's office in Vermont found out that Cameron was in Connecticut. Marshals contacted Connecticut state police, who arrested him."They did a wonderful job," Foley said. "From the time we had the warrant until he was found was less than a week."
The US marshals office in Vermont found out that Cameron was in Connecticut. Marshals contacted Connecticut state police, who arrested him. Lake County, IN, is currently working to extradite him back to Indiana, something which should occur by June 4. Cameron, a native of Korea, is being held on $200,000 bond in the New Haven, CT jail.