Booker, who police say did not know the girl before the incident, drove her to her residence in Wheaton and sexually assaulted her in his vehicle, the statement said. The girl got out of the car and told a parent, who called police, according to the statement.
On Tuesday, Booker was arrested at work in Wheaton and charged with one count of second-degree rape and one count of a third-degree sex offense, police said.
Booker appeared Wednesday in Montgomery County District Court, where Judge Marina Lolley Sabett ordered him held on no bond status.
Dan Morse contributed to this report.