Police are saying ex-NFL player Kellen Winslow II spent months seeking out older women as victims, including kidnapping and rape.
The San Diego Union-Tribune is reporting that Winslow, who was arrested and is currently in custody, abducted and sexually assaulted two women in May of this year. One was 54-years-old and the other, 59. Winslow also has been accused of burglary with intent to sexually assault a 71-year-old woman as well as burglary with intent to sexually assault an 86-year-old woman, each occurring within the past two weeks.
Winslow was jailed, briefly, last week under suspicion of burglary at a San Diego mobile home park. A neighbor witnessed him entering a residence, confronted him and called police. He was arrested shortly after attempting to flee the scene.
Each of the occurrences took place in the San Diego area, where Winslow was raised and where his father produced a Hall of Fame career as a tight end with the Chargers. Winslow II was the sixth-overall pick during the 2004 NFL draft by the Cleveland Browns. He played five years in Cleveland, three for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and played briefly for the Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots and New York Jets.