A Bucks County, Pennsylvania man who treated seeking out rape victims as if it was his full time job will remain behind bars.
Frank Yeager, 33, pleaded guilty to an attempted rape charge in 2013 and got a 10- to 20-year prison sentence. ABC WFT9 reported that a judge upheld that sentence on Tuesday after Yeager appealed, claiming his lawyer did not question if his confession was legal. The confession included handwritten notes with the names of more than 200 women with whom he was obsessed. He was particularly fixated on stalking and raping real estate agents.
According to Penn Live, Yeager was arrested after trying to attack a realtor. Yeager asked the woman to show him a modular home. Suspicious, she told him to look through the home by himself. He drew the drapes, turned off the light and waited for the realtor to come in, according to Penn Live. Police said that Yeager admitted he had planned to rape the woman and that he thought of his search for victims as "full time work." Hand-written notes and pictures he drew of him binding and raping real eastate agents were found in Yeager's home and pickup truck.
In one note, Yeager wrote about hanging out at shopping malls so he can fantasize about raping the women he saw.
"I truly enjoy the hunt and cannot wait for my prize," the note stated. In another note he wrote, “I know it's wrong, but I cannot fight the urges, go into and open house in some new development... and know (SP) one will hear her scream."
Police also found a ‘rape kit’ at Yeager’s home: a knapsack that contained numerous scissors, knives, an electrical cable stripper package, binoculars, a black ski mask, gloves, a rope, two handguns and ammunition according to NBC Philadelphia.
[Bucks County Police]