BAYTOWN, Texas – A suspect wanted in a Baytown rape case made a big mistake Sunday when he returned to the scene of an earlier crime, according to police.
James Jackson, 20, is charged with aggravated sexual assault in connection with the rape of a 21-year-old delivery driver for Dominos Pizza.
The suspect was armed with a knife when he jumped into the woman’s car on May 28 and forced her to drive to several delivery locations, according to police. He took the cash from each delivery, and then ordered the victim to drive to an apartment complex where he sexually assaulted her.
The woman told police she recognized the suspect as the same person who had stolen hot wings from the Dominos two days earlier.
On Sunday, August 26, police were called to the same Dominos where employees said the hot wing thief had returned to order more wings.
Jackson was arrested and later identified in a photo lineup by the rape victim.
Jackson is also charged with aggravated robbery at a Baytown Valero. A 57-year-old man told police the suspect approached him on June 6 and displayed a knife before demanding money. The robber took the victim’s $3 and his Texas identification card. He ordered the victim to go inside the Valero and retrieve more money for him. Instead, the man went inside the store and contacted police. The suspect fled on foot.