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Man accused of two rapes accepts plea deal, sentenced to probation

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – A man accused of raping two women will only spend one day in jail after agreeing to a plea deal.

In 2015, police arrested John Phillip Enochs after he was accused of raping a woman at a fraternity party at Indiana University.

Court documents obtained by FOX 59 show the victim told police that she didn’t know her alleged attacker. She says she went into a room in the fraternity house and was attacked.

The victim says Enochs held her down and raped her, even though she repeatedly told him to stop.

Health officials determined that she suffered a laceration to her genitals during the attack.

While investigating that rape, police stumbled upon a similar case from 2013.

In that case, the victim says she was drinking and blacked out. Her friends told her that they saw her having sex with Enochs.

Afterward, she texted Enochs to ask what happened.

According to FOX 59, he told her that she blacked out “so I left.”

DNA evidence, witness statements and a positive identification from both victims led to Enochs being charged with two counts of rape.

Last week, Enochs accepted a plea deal and pleaded guilty to battery with moderate bodily injury and was sentenced to one year of probation.

Because of the plea deal, the rape charges were dismissed.

Court records show he only spent one day in jail.

This is the original report from Enochs’ arrest.