Man accused of kidnapping, sexually assaulting Memorial Park jogger expected in court Monday

Terrian Leescott Brewer is wanted for aggravated sexual assault, aggravated kidnapping and aggravated robbery. (Houston Police Department)

HOUSTON – A man who allegedly kidnapped, robbed and sexually assaulted a jogger in Memorial Park in late September is expected to appear in court Monday.

30-year-old Terrian Leescott Brewer is charged with aggravated sexual assault, aggravated kidnapping and aggravated robbery in the horrific incident, which occurred on Sept. 29.

During a probable cause hearing Saturday, a judge called Brewer a threat to public safety and denied him bond.

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Court records show Brewer is a convicted felon who had been out on bond for an alleged robbery when the Sept. 29 assault occurred.

The jogger told police a man robbed and sexually assaulted her the night of Sept. 29. As she was running near E. Memorial Loop Dr. around 11 p.m., a man grabbed her from behind, threatened her with a sharp plastic object and demanded money from her. When she struggled to free herself from his grasp, the man warned her he had a gun, and had shot people for less than what he was asking her for, according to court documents.

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What ensued was a night of terror during which the man sexually assaulted the woman at numerous locations around the park while intermittently demanding money from her.

Ultimately, the woman got help from a man who had been walking his dog. The Good Samaritan called police and stayed with the jogger until help arrived.

Investigators identified Brewer as a suspect in the case and arrested him Friday.

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