Patrick Barry was arraigned today for the second of two assault/stabbing cases on Mission Hill, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
A spokesman adds, "Investigators are reviewing other open sexual assaults for potential links, but no other charges have been sought at this point."
On June 1, three women were jumped on or near Phillips Street on Beacon Hill, . Police say this video possibly shows the attacker in that case - whom one victim described as being in his late 20s or early 30s, however.
A West Roxbury District Court judge today set bail at $20,000 for an alleged attack at Huntington Avenue and Parker Hill Street, which means Barry, a Northeastern student, would now have to come up with a total of $50,000 to get out of jail, since he was ordered to pay $30,000 in bail yesterday on charges he stabbed and tried to rape a woman at Huntington and Vancouver Street an hour before.
West Roxbury District Court Judge Judge Kathleen Coffey agreed with prosecutors to order Barry to stay away from Mission Hill in general, his Huntington Avenue apartment - about a block from the second attack - and Northeastern University if he makes bail. He would also have to abide by a 9 p.m. curfew, the DA's office says.
In the second case, the DA's office says:
The victim reported that she was grabbed from behind and knocked to the ground. The assailant had a knife, which injured her during the attack. The victim screamed and the assailant fled the scene.
This woman described her attacker as a white male in his 20s with brown hair wearing a white or gray hooded sweatshirt and jeans.
The DA's office says it obtained additional evidence to link Barry to the second attack after searching his apartment and in re-interviewing the victim and witnesses.