County Attorney Indicts Tempe Man On 12 Felony Counts In Alleged Sexual Assaults

Djimon Boggs

Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell announced on Monday the indictment of Djimon Boggs, 24, on 12 felony counts for a series of sexual assaults, break-ins, and burglaries during September and October.

“This individual terrorized a community of students and victimized a number of women, some who will have scars that last a lifetime,” said Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell. “Given the repeated offenses and the violent nature of these crimes, our office asked for and was granted a high bond that will keep the defendant in jail while he awaits trial.”

Boggs is accused of breaking into several residences in the East Valley city over the past two months. He was arrested October 15.

Boggs faces three counts of sexual assault, two counts of attempt to commit sexual assault, two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of burglary in the first degree, one count of burglary in the second degree, and two counts of kidnapping.