DAILY HERALD CENTRAL UTAH -- Jan 22 -- Deputy county prosecutor David Sturgill asked the judge to dismiss one of two 2004 cases against Parkinson in which police say the man met a woman on an LDS-themed dating Web site in September 2004, took her to his home and forcibly sexually abused her. Though investigators and prosecutors said he had again used an Internet dating site to meet the woman, they said his methods had evolved as he had used alias names on more than one dating site and with the accuser. He faces 10 first-degree felony counts of rape, two of forcible sodomy and one count of aggravated kidnapping in the latest case and is being held in the Utah County Jail on $250,000 cash-only bail.
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