Trial set for man accused of rapes in Santa Fe, Seattle
September 14, 2020
A man accused of raping unconscious women at his homes in Santa Fe and Seattle is scheduled to stand trial this week on charges of kidnapping, rape and voyeurism in New Mexico.
Redwolf Pope, 44, also faces two counts of rape in Seattle. Officials there have requested extradition, but a Santa Fe County magistrate ruled in October Pope would remain in jail in New Mexico until the case here is resolved.
The charges against Pope, filed in 2018, arose out of a joint investigation by police in Santa Fe and Seattle that began after Pope's roommates came forward to Santa Fe police with videos that appeared to show Pope sexually assaulting unconscious women at his two homes.