Sinder Holmes, 17, was indicted Friday for the 2011 brutal sexual assault of a tourist who had just left a casino on the Las Vegas strip.
Holmes, who was 15-years-old at the time of the attack, along with his accomplice Matthew Goin, 25, allegedly grabbed the tourist as she exited Wynn Resorts.
The tourist was alone after she became separated from her friends and was trying to find them.
She was left very badly injured after being dragged into a parking lot and raped while a knife was held to her.
It took over two years for police to apprehend Holmes.
His accomplice, Goin, is still on the run.
Holmes reportedly had been living on the streets since his early teens and is considered extremely dangerous.
He has been charged as an adult with kidnapping, battery with intent to commit sexual assault, sexual assault with a deadly weapon and conspiracy to commit kidnapping.
His bail has been set at $500,000 and, according to the Las Vegas Sun, he is scheduled for his next court appearance on Nov. 14.
In 2010, a woman was attacked in a parking lot across the street from the Fashion Show Mall. The attacker in that case, a convicted sex offender, watched the woman, a mall employee, walk to her car in the parking lot and followed her.
He was apprehended shortly after the attack and charged with 9 counts relating to the attack.
Metro Police have released a sketch of Goin, who is considered a fugitive.
Anyone with information about him is urged to call Metro Police at (702) 828-3421. Anonymous tipsters can call Crime stoppers at (702) 385-5555 or visit crimestoppersofnv.com.