Police say Delaware man raped girl 250 times over 5 years

Delaware police say a man repeatedly raped the same girl 250 times over the course of five years. 

41-year-old Richard White Jr. was recently indicted on 11 counts of second-degree rape, four counts of sexual exploitation of a child and possession of child porn.

Police detail that the raping started back in 2012. 

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The detective who interviewed the girl said the two began conversing over text messages and at some point started talking about sex. 

Later that year, police say he picked the girl up from her house after school and brought her to his home. 

Court documents show that the two started kissing and eventually had sex. 

This started a five-year pattern where sex happened on a weekly basis, police say.

Officials say over the years, they had sex in the woods after he served jail time for a DWI. 

When he apparently lost his home, they would have sex behind a Popeyes. Police say White took photos and videos of them together and even set up FaceTime video chats so he could watch her shower. 

The girl told police White threatened to kill himself or publish the videos and pictures when she told him she wanted the routine to stop.

White is currently being held at the Howard Young Correctional Institution. 

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