PENTICTON — The dangerous offender hearing continued today for a man who confined and sexually assaulted a 22 year-old woman inside his second-hand store in Penticton three years ago.
Today, the court heard evidence from a woman who says David Bobbitt also raped her in a separate incident.
But no charges were ever laid.
She alleges the attack happened in February 2007, when they were living in a trailer in Penticton.
During cross examination, the defence tried to discredit the woman, saying she has a history of calling police for domestic disputes.
The woman is one of three alleged sexual assault victims who will be testifying against Bobbitt.
A dangerous offender designation is often given to habitual criminal involved in sex crimes.