Virginia police say Jesse Matthew, the suspect in the case of the missing University of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, was investigated for an alleged rape in 2002, but was never charged due to a lack of evidence.
The revelation comes as Matthew is being brought back to Charlottesville, Virginia after the 32-year-old was arrested Wednesday night 1,300 miles away outside of Galveston, Texas.
Graham disappeared September 13th and police say Matthew was the last person to be seen with her.
CNN's Ed Lavandera reports from the Bolivar Peninsula just outside Galveston where Matthew was arrested.
Hannah Graham, the University of Virginia student has been missing for almost two weeks now. Police announcing that Jesse Matthew, the man accused of abducting the 18-year-old student is in custody.
Jean Casarez is in Charlottesville with the latest.
Police in Charlottesville, Virginia have now issued an arrest warrant for Jesse Matthew in the case of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
Police believe Matthew was the last person to see Graham before her disappearance.
Graham was last seen in the early hours of September 13th.
Jean Casarez has the details.
The FBI is now joining the search for 18-year-old University of Virginia student Hannah Graham. This, as police are searching for a man they say was the last person to be seen with Graham before she vanished nine days ago.
Jean Casarez is OutFront in Charlottesville, Virginia with the latest.
Investigators searched an apartment and a car today of a man police are interested in questioning about the case of a missing University of Virginia student.
No one has been detained but according to the Charlottesville police chief, one of the men in the apartment matched a description of an individual who was seen with the 18-year-old UVA student the night she disappeared.
CNN's Jean Casarez is OutFront with the latest from Charlottesville.