Man accused of kidnapping woman after work, raping her at gunpoint | KOB 4

Man accused of kidnapping woman after work, raping her at gunpoint

Kai Porter
August 02, 2019 10:17 AM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.- An Albuquerque man is charged with kidnapping and raping a woman.


The alleged victim told detectives she had just finished work at the Subway on Central and Girard when a man approached her in the parking lot, pulled out a knife and told her to get in her car.

She told investigators the man, later identified as Darius Gonzales, drove her car to a different location and raped her at gunpoint inside her car.

The woman told police that Gonzales told her “Now you have my DNA, I know you'll call the cops and I know I'm going to jail."

Detectives didn't identify Gonzales as the suspect until DNA results from the APD crime lab came back nearly five months later.

Gonzales was already a convicted sex offender and had a warrant out for his arrest for failing to register as a sex offender.

Gonzales made his first court appearance Wednesday. The district attorney’s office has filed a motion for pretrial detention, which will be decided on at a later date. 


Kai Porter

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