August 2, 2002
by Ashley Harper
A Quitman man who posed as a police officer to lure a woman into his car and rape her was recently arrested in Lowndes county. Since then, the man has been linked to the rape of two more women.
Thirty-five-year-old Anthony Lamar Dasher is now facing charges of rape, sodomy, kidnapping, false imprisonment, and impersonating an officer. Investigators believe there are more victims who are afraid to come forward.
"Call me and we will get you help," says Wanda Temples, investigator. "He will not get away with this."
Dasher is being held without bond in the Lowndes County jail. If you have any information about these crimes, please call the Lowndes County Sheriff's Office at 333-5150.
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