Sexual Night Stalker Sentenced

Release date: 05/28/2010
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Night Stalker Sentenced

At 3:00 AM on July 27, 2009, Maison Billios, 24, entered a Tualatin apartment through an unlocked sliding door.  He crept inside and performed a sex act on a sleeping 23 year-old woman.  When the victim awoke, Billios fled on foot.  Police scoured the area but were not able to locate him.

Two weeks later, at 4:00 AM, Billios entered through the unlocked sliding door of another apartment in the same complex.  He approached a sleeping 25 year old woman, who woke up and screamed.  Billios tried to cover her mouth and attempted to sexually assault her, but she was able to fight him off.  He was captured nearby by a police K-9 and was positively identified by the victim.  Tualatin Police arrested Billios and connected him to the July assault by obtaining his DNA, which was matched to evidence collected from the first victim.  Billios was indicted by a Grand Jury and the case was prosecuted by Senior Deputy DA Jeff Lesowski.

On March 5, 2010, after months of investigation, negotiation, and pre-trial litigation, Billios pleaded guilty to Sodomy in the First Degree and two counts of Burglary in the First Degree, and was sentenced by Judge Charlie Bailey to 100 months in prison, with no possibility of early release.  Following his sentence, Billios will be returned to his native Micronesia.