Raymond Rowe was arrested this week for the 1992 homicide and sexual assault of Christy Mirack. You can find a lot of information about him on his entertainment company’a website. He boasts that as “DJ Freez,” he is the Midstate’s number one disc jockey.

It appears he spent the better part of the last 25 years growing his entertainment business, rather than actively hiding from police. 

Kristen Houser of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape says people accused of these types of crimes will often hype how well loved they are. 

“I think it makes people stop and wonder if they can trust their own judgment. When you realize that somebody you would have never expected has been identified through a DNA hit, that can really upset people,” said Houser. 

“Most of the time sexual violence is perpetrated by someone who has gained trust of the victim, and many times the community has a high regard for in some way or another.”

“I think we have to be cautious. There is a tendency to want to think the people who perpetrate these crimes are evil through and through or somehow you are going to know they have the propensity for this level of violence. Often that’s not true,” said Houser. 

Police still don’t know if Rowe knew Mirack.