DETROIT (AP) -- Police have arrested a man they say is linked by DNA evidence to least one of four sexual assaults over the past month.
Police Chief Warren Evans says in a statement that the man was arrested without incident early Saturday at a home on Detroit's east side, where the assaults occurred between June 22 and July 6.
Evans says the suspect is a parolee but his name was being withheld pending issuance of a warrant by Wayne County prosecutors.
The case was investigated by the police department's Sex Crime Unit, the FBI and Major Crime-Violent Gang Task Force. Evans says the Michigan State Police Forensic Science Division analyzed the DNA evidence.
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