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Police identify man accused of sexually assaulting Duncan woman

DUNCAN, Okla._An arrest warrant has been filed in Stephens County for a Duncan man accused of sexually assaulting a woman in her home.

Matthew Arrington, 28, is currently being held in a Kansas jail and will eventually be extradited to Stephens County. Last week, investigators say Arrington forced his way into a woman's home, sexually assaulted her and stole her car. Police say the woman did not know Arrington.

After abandoning her car in Carnegie and stealing a second vehicle, Arrington drove to Kansas where he was arrested after he was pulled over when police spotted the stolen car.

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