STRATFORD, Conn. -- Christopher Walsh of Milford, known as the “White Sock Robber,” pleaded not guilty Tuesday to raping a woman at the Stratford boat launch, according to Connecticut Post.
In choosing a jury trial, Walsh, 32, pleaded not guilty to first-degree sexual assault and first-degree unlawful restraint in front of Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin, the article said.
Police said Walsh held up victims at Trumbull and Stratford hotels and outside a bank in Trumbull with a white sock on his right hand in 2008, thus earning the nickname, said the report.
Court records reveal Walsh was convicted and served prison time for six years and is currently on probation, according to the Connecticut Post.
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