After 15 years on the run and without explanation, Roberts turned himself in at the Washington County Jail in September 2006.
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He said he'd offered to pay them at least $200 a day to have sex with him. In Roberts' house, police found Polaroids of women naked and chained up. Roberts was convicted in June 2007 on eight counts of first-degree kidnap, two counts of sexual penetration with a foreign object, four counts of first-degree sodomy, six counts of first-degree rape, three counts of first-degree sexual abuse and one count of marijuana possession.
Those were staged, he testified, "just for the Hollywood shots." He claimed he was soundproofing his bedroom closet to create a more dungeon-like backdrop for the bondage pictures. Senior Judge Timothy Alexander sentenced him to 108 years in prison. And then I'll have this conversation about him one day." She also feels a duty to protect potential victims.
"I didn't even have words for it myself," she said.
The reality of her past proved too much for that relationship, she says. She and her husband have been together for three years.
This time around, she says, she's felt unconditional love.
She's felt the freedom to explore her past, to accept what happened and work toward healing.
It's been more than 25 years since Dierich was plucked from the Portland street now known as Martin Luther King Jr. It's been more than 23 years since Jackson disappeared. Hillsboro Police Detective Pat La Monica works the case now. Jackson has family there and could be in the Phoenix area. Folks sometimes think they've spotted him, resulting in about one tip a month. "My biggest concern is what is he doing to other people? "How many more victims and hopefully survivors are in this guy's reign of terror?
" Dierich holds out hope that Roberts will have a change of heart one day and lead police to his brother.
Roberts and another man hiding in the truck bound the young woman and raped her on the truck bed.
Then they drove her blindfolded some 20 miles west to their Hillsboro house.
She says she's thrived by learning to love herself and to reject the shame she once felt. "It's unconditionally forgiving yourself for your own trespasses against yourself, and in the room of doing that you have to forgive other people," she said.