Christopher Evans Hubbart, the convicted “Pillowcase Rapist” is back in custody after failing to comply with the terms of his release. Hubbart has been living in Lake Los Angeles, a small desert community outside of Palmdale, for the past two years after spending nearly 20 years in a state mental hospital. As a condition of his release, Hubbart was required to wear a GPS ankle monitor. Prosecutors had previously argued for an appeal to his release after he allowed the power to run low on his ankle monitor. Hubbart is believed to have assaulted dozens of women between 1971 and 1982 allegedly pulling a pillowcase over his victim’s head to muffle their screams. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is not commenting on the exact details of Hubbart’s return to custody.
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