400 pieces of women’s underwear found at home of attempted rape suspect John Uda

An Alabama man accused of trying to sexually assault a woman after breaking into her home had a stash of over 400 pieces of women’s underwear at his residence, a report said.

John Uda, 27, allegedly busted into the victim’s house on July 10 in Dothan and targeted the woman, who put up a fight, Dothan Police Lt. Scott Owens told the Dothan Eagle.

Investigators determined Uda allegedly tried to sexually assault the victim.

The woman suffered minor injuries in the attack.

A day after the break-in, police executing a search warrant at Uda’s house found over 400 panties and bras.

Uda allegedly also stole a game console from the woman’s home in a separate July 1 burglary.

Police said in 2019 the suspect was accused of stealing underwear from the community laundry room at his apartment complex.

Uda was charged with 50 counts of voyeurism, burglary, aggravated criminal surveillance, and attempted rape, the report said.

He is being held in jail on a $1 million bond.

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