Toledo 'backseat robber' indicted on 15 counts

Map of 'backseat robber' alleged crimes

The Toledo man accused of terrorizing women in the city of Toledo, hiding in the backseat of vehicles before robbing and even raping his victims at gunpoint, has been indicted by a Lucas County Grand Jury.

Delexis Maloy, 20, has been charged with six counts of aggravated robbery, four counts of kidnapping, two counts of aggravated burglary, attempted rape, burglary and rape. He has also been given a 3-year gun specification for each of the 15 charges.

The suspect is said to have perpetrated a number of crimes including armed robbery, assault, and rape beginning in early March. In most incidents, the suspect is alleged to have hid in the backseat of unlocked vehicles waiting for his female victims to return. He would then point a gun at them, demand money and order them to drive to nearby ATMs. In the suspect's last incident, the armed robbery escalated to rape.

Maloy is being held in the Lucas County Jail on $1.1 million bond.

Read details of the alleged crimes committed by the 'backseat robber.' View a map of this suspect's alleged crime spree through Toledo in March 2010.