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Man who stayed free while rape kit went untested is accused of 2015 murder

A man who allegedly committed at least one sexual assault while a rape kit that implicated him in a 2008 attack in Berkeley went untested for years has now been charged with raping and murdering a UCSF dental student in 2015, authorities said.

Keith Kenard Asberry Jr., 33, of Antioch was charged Friday in the March 2015 killing in Albany of Randhir Kaur, a 37-year-old from India who was attending UCSF School of Dentistry. Kaur was raped and shot in her second-floor apartment on Kains Avenue, a block east of busy San Pablo Avenue; it was the city’s first homicide in more than a decade.
Source: Bay Area News Man who stayed free while rape kit went untested is accused of 2015 murder

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