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Colorado Springs police arrest man accused of ‘numerous’ sexual assaults

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- Police in Colorado Springs say a man reportedly linked to "numerous" sexual assaults in 2020 has been caught and now faces felony charges.

According to Colorado Springs Police, 33-year-old Randy "Cam" Reams met some of his victims by selling his clothing brand and sending messages to them on Snapchat.

"Our suspect was meeting the girls at the house parties, and then he has a clothing line and he would ask the girls to come to his apartment and model his clothing line for them, at which time he would use alcohol and drugs to intoxicate them and then he would end up sexually assaulting them," detective Dan Carter with the Colorado Springs Police Department told KRDO.

Police say Reams was arrested twice in February on charges of sexual assault, sexual assault on a child, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and unlawful distribution of a controlled substance.

CSPD says there are multiple victims, and detectives are working on helping other victims. CSPD says if you have information or if you were a victim of Reams, you're encouraged to call 719-444-7000.

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  1. When did the first victim file their first report.
    How many days passed from the first victim’s report until he was arrested.
    Did he keep moving to multiple locations or was there any other difficulty in identifying his residence. According to the report he gave the victim(s) his apartment address. What were the challenges in catching this suspect as this report makes it sound as though he was difficult to find, ergo “has been caught”. If all of the victims kept giving the same address, how hard was he to find? Would there have been as many victims if they went to the suspect’s address to arrest him after the first report was filed?

    1. “Police say Reams was arrested twice in February on charges of sexual assault, sexual assault on a child, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and unlawful distribution of a controlled substance.”
      This reads as though he had bonded out previously from other active cases, why was Bond revocation not also included in his charges for committing more offenses? This also reads that this is his now 3rd time being arrested just in February, has the DA’s Office done what they need to do by requesting increased bonds because clearly either he has a lot of disposable income or his bond hasn’t been set high enough to maintain that he isn’t a continued threat to society while he is out.

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