Man convicted of raping woman after posing as 'hack' taxi

Michael D. Glenn faces maximum of 2 life terms, 38 years in jail

January 28, 2012|By Nicole Fuller, The Baltimore Sun

A Baltimore jury convicted a 27-year-old man of first degree rape for using a rouse to lure a woman into his car and then raping her at knifepoint.

Michael D. Glenn was found guilty of first-degree rape, first-degree assault, use of a deadly weapon and other sexual offenses in the May 8, 2011 incident, the Baltimore City State's Attorney's office said Friday.

Prosecutors say Glenn posed as a hack taxi driver and picked up a woman, offering to transport her to her destination in exchange for a fee. But he drove her to Leakin Park instead, and put a box cutter to her neck, repeatedly threatened to kill her and raped her.

Glenn will be sentenced on April 4. He faces a maximum of two life terms plus 38 years in prison.

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