GASTON, Ind. -- A man who was accused of forcing his way into a home and raping a woman in March 2016 has reportedly agreed to plead guilty to the crime.
John Mangus, 45, allegedly walked up to a woman's home, knocked on her door and told her he was a police officer.
She didn't believe him and wouldn't let him in.
He was charged with rape, impersonating a police officer, and breaking and entering.
Mangus will be sentenced on March 29.
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