BARSTOW — A 33-year-old man accused of entering a woman’s home and threatened to sexually assault her if she did not give him cigarettes was behind bars Thursday in lieu of $500,000 bail, booking records show.
Barstow police arrested Larry Larenzo Proctor, 33, in the 1600 block of Riverside Drive late Monday night on suspicion of robbery, burglary, assault with intent to commit rape and attempted oral copulation. Prosecutors on Wednesday charged Proctor with four felonies — first-degree robbery, first-degree burglary, extortion, intent to commit mayhem, rape or oral copulation and attempted sexual battery, a misdemeanor, court records show.
Proctor did not have a scheduled arraignment as of Thursday morning, according to court records.
Barstow police Capt. Andy Espinoza Jr. said officers were dispatched to a disturbance Monday night and learned Proctor knocked on the woman’s door and then entered her home.
“The victim reported that she does not know Proctor and that he scared her when he came inside,” Espinoza said. “The victim’s 6-year-old daughter was also inside the residence. Proctor entered and then immediately demanded cigarettes.”
Espinoza said Proctor threatened to sexually assault the woman if she did not give him cigarettes. He then attempted to assault her but the victim “maneuvered away” and told Proctor that she could give him a dollar.
“Proctor demanded more money and threatened again to sexually assault her if she did not give him more money,” Espinoza said. “Out of fear, she produced more money and Proctor took it and left. The victim then called the police.”
Proctor was later located and arrested.
Proctor has a lengthy criminal background, most recently pleading no contest to assault by means of force likely to cause great bodily harm in 2015, court records show. He was sentenced to 730 days in county jail, court records show. Proctor was also convicted for possessing a controlled substance and was sentenced to 487 days in jail and three years of probation in 2013, court records show.
Proctor was being held at High Desert Detention Center in Adelanto, booking records show.