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A Corona del Mar man accused of barricading himself inside his home Monday morning for several hours after meeting a woman the night before faces a slew of felony charges and could face decades behind bars.
David Charles Wilson, 48, was charged with three counts of rape and sexual penetration with a foreign object, felony aggravated assault, criminal threats, forced oral copulation, false imprisonment by violence, and one misdemeanor count of resisting or obstructing police, prosecutors said Wednesday.
He faces up to 58 years in prison if convicted. His arraignment was continued to June 3.
According to prosecutors, Wilson had met the 29-year-old victim months earlier and had spoken with her on the phone several times before she went to his Cameo Shores home Sunday night.
Once the woman was inside his home, authorities said Wilson choked her and threatened her if she didn't cooperate.