Filipino arrested for alleged rape in Pennsylvania
ELIZABETHTOWN, Pennsylvania — A Filipino national who was residing on Elizabethtown College campus for a work-travel program has been charged with raping a woman in a building on the premises.
Alexis Javier Dolotina, 21, was arrested Thursday afternoon, June 20, just over an hour after the assault was reported, police reported. Dolotina and the alleged female victim, who was also on the work-travel program, are not students, police said, and no students were in danger.
Dolotina and the victim were on campus because an area manufacturer who employs former work-travel students had rented space there to house them, investigators said. It was in one of those rooms that the rape occurred, they said.
Dolotina faces felony counts of rape, sexual assault, aggravated indecent assault without consent and aggravated indecent assault with forcible compulsion. He was also charged with two misdemeanor counts of indecent assault, according to court documents. He was immediately removed from campus. Dolotina is in Lancaster County prison after failing to post $500,000 bail.