A man in Michigan accused of raping several women received additional charges on Tuesday, one day after local officials assigned funds for processing hundreds of videos in his home.
Since his arrest in July, Gilbert Conway, 60, has been charged with a total of 77 lawsuits over the past several years resulting from the alleged abduction and sexual assault of six women, WJRT said.
Flint Authorities Reportedly Launches Around 500 Video Recordings at Conway According to The Associated Press, Monday County commissioners have turned $ 20,000 into a digital format to help investigators.
The hundreds of videos found after Conway's arrest could help authorities find other suspected victims, Kent County District Attorney David Wyrton said.
"Each of these tapes runs for at least eight hours," Leyton said. "We believe that on some of the hi8 tapes, we see that during the video recording, more victims are sexually assaulted and we can watch these videotapes and hopefully identify those extra victims."
Conway has a non-enterprising guilt incitement, NBC News reported.
Leyton, who described the case as a "major league," told Associated Press that his office works with Flint Police and the FBI.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.