GASTON, Ind. -- A man who was accused of forcing his way into a home and raping a woman pleaded guilty to the crime on Thursday
John Mangus, 45, allegedly walked up to a woman's home in March 2016, knocked on her door and told her he was a police officer.
She didn't believe him and wouldn't let him in.
Police say Mangus forced his way into the house and sexually assaulted the woman.
Mangus pleaded guilty to rape on Thursday and will be sentenced on April 23.
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