Accused Cary senior center rapist has emotional outburst during court appearance

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) - The man accused of raping a woman at a Cary senior center had several emotional outbursts during a Thursday court appearance.

Antwain Dennis, 35, was on the run after Cary police said he raped a female resident early Feb. 17 at the Woodland Terrace retirement community on Kildaire Woods Drive.

He surrendered in Cumberland County on Feb. 20 and was later transported to Wake County.

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On Thursday, he appeared in court via video feed. During the proceeding, officials told him to be quiet. He also professed his innocence.

Dennis said, "I ain't rape no one. I need the proof," during the hearing.

A judge raised his bond to $1.5 million.

He faces charges of first-degree burglary, first-degree kidnapping, first-degree sexual offense, and first-degree forcible rape.


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