Police: Another victim comes forward in Irondequoit rape case | Crime
Police say another victim has come forward in the case of a rape arrest in Irondequoit.
Michael Chess, 24, found his victims online then called them to meet him in the area near Culver Road, North Goodman Street and Norton Street. He was indicted by the Monroe County grand jury on three counts of rape and one county of robbery.
News 10NBC also learned the first victim claims she was raped on September 20, and the other two victims told police they were raped on October 10.
Police are also pursuing several other anonymous calls about the rapes.
Chess is scheduled to be back in court on November 10. If convicted, Chess faces five to 15 years in prison for each count.
Any persons with additional information are urged to call Inv. Mark Bean at the Irondequoit Police Department at 336-6001.