DETROIT, MI – Dwuan Parkman who was charged in connection with the June 2016 sexual assault of a flight attendant at Detroit Metro Airport in Romulus was found guilty on three counts.
Today a jury found Dwuan Parkman guilty as charged of Criminal Sexual Conduct First Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct third Degree, and Home Invasion First Degree.
The prosecutor contended that Parkman stalked the 18-year-old victim. He followed her from a restaurant to the hotel where she was staying and then broke into her room and assaulted her.
In June of 2016, Romulus Police have identified a person of interest in the sexual assault case of the 18-year-old flight attendant at a Days Inn hotel near Metro Airport.
They identified Dwuan Parkman, who was wanted on a probation violation as the person that they wanted to talk to.
Security cameras showed him loitering in the lobby of the hotel where he is seen stealing a key. When that key didn’t work, prosecutors say Parkman broke into the victim’s room and raped her.
Parkman, accompanied by his attorney, turned himself into Romulus Police on Saturday, July 2nd, 2016.
- 2 Counts of Controlled Substance-Delivery/Manf., Nar/Coc <50 Grams
- Receiving Stolen Property
- Weapons – Firearms – Poss. Loaded Firearm in or Upon Vehicle
- Controlled Substance-Possess Narcotic/Cocaine < 25 Grams
- 2 Counts of Police Officer – Assault/Resist/Obstruct
His sentencing date is on October 5, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. before Judge Michael Hathaway.