MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — DNA evidence has exonerated a man accused of raping a teenager twice in Minneapolis.

Charles Stevenson, of Minnetonka, has been in jail since November. At the time, the 15-year-old victim identified him as her attacker after police showed her photos of known sex offenders.

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The girl said the man forced her into two different alleys at gunpoint in north Minneapolis and assaulted her.

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Yet, an investigation showed that DNA from the attacker matched a different convicted sex offender in the system.

Officers arrested Harold Davis, of Minneapolis, and he is now facing multiple charges from the attack.

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Still, Stevenson remains in jail, because he didn’t register as a predatory offender from a previous sex crime.