GLENDALE, Ariz. — Police in Glendale say a man has been arrested in connection with three sexual assaults on women in 2014.

They say 18-year-old Dennis Kaleen Moody was taken into custody on Tuesday.

He’s being held on suspicion of sexual assault, sexual abuse, burglary and trafficking with stolen property.

Moody was ordered held without bond at his initial court appearance Wednesday.

He doesn’t have a lawyer yet.

Police say Moody allegedly sexually assaulted women in August and October of 2014.

They say a composite sketch and DNA evidence helped lead them to Moody, who allegedly confessed to his involvement once he was arrested.

Police say Moody also admitted to committing a burglary in October 2014.

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