A 15-year-old teen has been charged with using a gun to kidnap and rape at least two women in Florida in 2016.
A Miami-Dade County court charged Kamai Clerveaux as an adult following his Jan. 1 arrest, when police used DNA evidence to track him down after his last attack, NBC Miami reports.
Law enforcement officials say Clerveaux, who was 14 at the time of his two crimes, approached a 24-year-old woman who was leaving her car in her driveway on Dec. 28, The Daily Mail reports.
He reportedly threatened the woman with a gun and forced her to get back inside the car. Clerveaux then drove the vehicle to an unknown destination where he then asked the woman if she "wanted to live or die" at gunpoint and then sexually attacked her, a police report states.
The teen stole his victim's smart phone and subsequently fled the scene, police say.
Clerveaux has also been charged with a May 28 rape, when the female victim had been approached while getting into her car to go to work.
The authorities state he also threatened her with a gun while saying "I should kill you, I should kidnap you."
Clerveaux then drove his victim to an abandoned home where he reportedly raped her at gunpoint.
Officials say the teen stole his victim's driver's license and smart phone before fleeing.
The 15-year-old is charged with two counts of armed sexual battery, armed burglary, armed carjacking, felony possession of a weapon and kidnapping.
The teen attended a bond hearing in court on Jan. 24, and was deemed not eligible for bail by the judge.