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Transient Accused Of Raping Two Teens Faces Felony Charges

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A Missoula transient who allegedly raped two underage Missoula runaways faces two felony rape charges. William Stephens appeared in Missoula Justice Court on Monday. He's accused of raping two teens, one 13 and one 14, under the Reserve Street Bridge.

Court documents say the teens ran away from a group home, and ended up at a transient camp where they met Stephens. Documents show he told them his name was "Oscar", and started drinking with the girls. He then went on to have sexual intercourse with one teen after she told him "no." Documents show he looked at the other one and said "your next", before raping her.

After a nationwide alert was sent out, an Oregon State Trooper found him and apprehended him. Bail is set at $50,000. Stephens could face life in prison. He'll be back in Missoula County Justice Court on October 22.

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