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San Francisco man facing year for binding woman at South San Francisco motel
June 19, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

David Omara

A 47-year-old San Francisco real estate agent who claimed he bound a woman with duct tape inside a South San Francisco motel room because she was a prostitute who had stolen his iPad during an earlier massage date is facing up to a year in jail.

David Patrick Omara pleaded no contest to false imprisonment the day his jury trial was to be assigned. Instead, he returns to court July 12 for a sentencing hearing at which he could receive up to a year in local custody.

South San Francisco police arrested Omara June 7, 2012 after responding to a 911 complaint of screaming at the Travelodge motel on South Airport Boulevard. An officer found Omara inside a room binding a 20-year-old woman’s legs and feet with black duct tape. Omara reportedly asked the officer to arrest the woman instead, claiming she was a prostitute who advertised on MyRedBook and had the day before stolen an iPad and $280 during an arranged encounter. The woman denied being a prostitute and told officers Omara had entered her motel room, threatened to kill her and punched her several times before officers found him binding her with the tape.

Omara remains free on $150,00 bail.

 

 

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