Man Charged With Sex Assault At 2006 OZZFEST

Illinois' DailySouthtown.com reports that bail was set at $35,000 for a Crest Hill man accused of sexually assaulting a 20-year-old woman at the Ozzfest concert in Tinley Park last year.

Patrick Miller, 33, was arrested Friday (April 27) and charged with one count of criminal sexual assault, Tinley Park police said today.

Miller is accused of sexually assaulting the woman as she was leaving the concert at the First Midwest Amphitheater in Tinley Park on July 16, 2006, police said.

The woman was walking through a parking lot about 9 p.m. when she and a shirtless man began talking. After the conversation, the man forced her to a secluded grassy area of the parking lot and assaulted her.

Police said DNA evidence linked Miller to the assault.

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