A 34-year-old Fort Washington man convicted of breaking into a Bethesda home in January 2012, terrorizing residents and their maid, will be sentenced in Montgomery Circuit Court July 2.
Kevin Darnell Ray, who was convicted in April, faces life in prison plus up to 200 years, prosecutors said. His sentencing was planned for Thursday, but Montgomery Circuit Court Judge David A. Boynton rescheduled it after Ray said he wanted to fire his lawyer and claimed he hadn’t known until the morning that he was due in court.
Montgomery and Prince George’s County police charged Ray in a string of home invasions and sexual assaults in January 2012. Detectives arrested him in North Carolina days after the spree.
In Montgomery County, Ray was convicted of kidnapping, sexual assault, burglary, armed robbery and other charges. He has already served time for manslaughter and a sexual assault. He still faces prosecution for other home invasions in both Montgomery and Prince George's.