A Dale City man who has received a total of 11 life sentences plus 50 years for abducting and sexually assaulting girls in Northern Virginia has told Prince William County officials that he molested another young girl.
Randy Lee Breer, 30, told officials last week that he had abducted and sodomized a 13-year-old girl in December 1988 as she walked to school, said Tom Hughes, director of the victim-witness program for the Prince William County commonwealth's attorney.
Breer made the statement last Thursday during a meeting with Hughes at the Arlington County Adult Detention Center, where he is jailed.
Leesburg lawyer Paul Maslakowski, who represents Breer, said he contacted Prince William Commonwealth's Attorney Paul Ebert to arrange the meeting after Breer said he wanted to "clear the air."
Breer was sentenced this month to four consecutive life terms for abducting, raping and sodomizing an 11-year-old Sterling Park girl and an additional 50 years for attacking a 19-year-old Alexandria woman.
He was sentenced last month to seven consecutive life terms after pleading guilty to similar crimes in two Arlington cases.
The Prince William County crime was reported by the girl's parents shortly after she was attacked, according to records. Police questioned a Manassas man, but he was not charged.
The case was placed on the inactive list in May 1989 after the victim died of cancer, Hughes said.
Breer, who was apparently not aware that the girl had died, notified officials because he was concerned that the child might have suffered psychological damage due to the attack and he wanted to solve the case so she could get on with her life, Maslakowski said.
"We spoke about the pros and cons of him confessing, but he said he was concerned about the girl getting counseling," Maslakowski said.
Hughes said Breer will not be brought up on charges because of his current incarceration, which will be followed by a lifelong parole if he is ever released.