Alabama mother chillingly tells how she woke up being sexually assaulted in her own bed by serial rapist with 'pure evil in his eyes' who had been freed from jail just three months earlier

Disturbing new details have emerged about a suspected serial rapist who was shot by cops and arrested in Alabama last month after allegedly assaulting two women in their homes two days apart, with one of the victims being asleep just steps away from her husband and daughter.
Dai Qwane Rickey Burgin-Goodson, 26, was apprehended on July 23 in Jefferson County and jailed on a dozen charges, including two counts of rape stemming from two separate attacks, counts of burglary, home invasion, assault, theft and probation violation. 
Three months prior, Burgin-Goodson had been released from prison after serving seven years for committing a series of sexual assaults, home invasions and armed robberies.
One of the victims of Burgin-Goodson's latest alleged crime spree spoke to Al.com on Friday about her harrowing experience last month.
Kimberly Clayton, 35, who is married and has an 11-year-old daughter, lives with her family in Jefferson County.
DailyMail.com normally does not name victims of sexual crimes, unless they decide to come forward and identify themselves. 
Clayton told the local news outlet that at around 4am on July 21, she woke up to find a stranger laying on top of her in her bed and raping her. 
Burgin-Goodson was arrested on June 23 after allegedly breaking into a home in the 600 block of Elm Street SW in an area known as The Junction and assaulting a woman
Burgin-Goodson was arrested on June 23 after allegedly breaking into a home in the 600 block of Elm Street SW in an area known as The Junction and assaulting a woman 
A deputy shot the suspect after he allegedly pointed a stolen rifle at him
A deputy shot the suspect after he allegedly pointed a stolen rifle at him

'The look in his eyes was pure evil,’ she recalled. 
Clayton's husband had already gotten up to get ready for work, and her daughter was sleeping in another room with two friends.
'I called for my husband to help me, but I didn’t let the panic set in right way because there were three kids across the hall from me,’ she told Al.com. 
Clayton said her attacker was wearing a bandanna to conceal his face, which she tried to rip off, prompting him to restrain her. 
When the woman did not hear her husband and did not see him enter the room, she became gripped by fear that the intruder had killed her family. 
Clayton began screaming and managed to scare off the rapist, who jumped off the bed and fled. 
She ran out of the bedroom and crashed into her husband. She told him what happened and called 911. 
While waiting for police to arrive, Clayton's husband got his gun and went outside to look for the intruder. At first, he was nowhere to be found, but then a figure appeared in the pre-dawn light holding a brick. 
Clayton said her husband fired on him, but the perpetrator escaped unharmed. 
'I believe in my heart he was coming back to finish me off,’ Clayton said. 'If my husband wouldn’t have been here, it would have been worse.'
Two days later, Clayton's suspected assailant, later identified by police as Burgin-Goodson, struck again, this time allegedly breaking into a home in the 600 block of Elm Street SW in an area known as The Junction and assaulting a woman. 
Burgin-Goodson had been released from prison three months earlier after serving seven years for sexual assault and home invasion offenses
Burgin-Goodson had been released from prison three months earlier after serving seven years for sexual assault and home invasion offenses
The victim called 911 and deputies arrived on the scene while the suspect was still inside the house. 
Burgin-Goodson allegedly pointed a rifle he stole from the victim's home at a deputy, who opened fire and wounded him, reported WBRC
Despite being injured, Burgin-Goodson managed to escape through a back window, leaving a trail of blood in his wake. 
Deputies eventually tracked him down to a supermarket in Bessemer and arrested him. As of Friday, he remained in the Jefferson County Jail. 
Burgin-Goodson has a vast criminal record, including 23 felony charges stemming from a spate of sexual assaults, burglaries and armed robberies that were reported in the course of eight months back in 2013 near Center Point. 
His luck ran out on September 5, 2013, when Burgin-Goodson was captured. He ultimately pleaded guilty to nine criminal counts, including sexual abuse, and was sentenced to 20 years in prison, with only five years to serve. 
According to the Alabama Department of Corrections, Burgin-Goodson walked out of prison on May 4. 
Clayton was indignant when she learned of Burgin-Goodson's history, saying that he never should have been released. 
'You cannot rehabilitate a rapist,' she argued. 
A month after the attack, Clayton said she is still haunted by it and does not like being home alone because she no longer feels safe there. She has sought mental health treatment to help her process her traumatic experience. 
'I’m putting this out there because we don’t know if there were more women before me since he got out,’ she said, explaining her decision to speak out. 'I’m not going to be a silent victim. I am a survivor.'    
Alabama mother chillingly tells how she woke up being sexually assaulted in her own bed by serial rapist with 'pure evil in his eyes' who had been freed from jail just three months earlier Alabama mother chillingly tells how she woke up being sexually assaulted in her own bed by serial rapist with 'pure evil in his eyes' who had been freed from jail just three months earlier Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 03:56 Rating: 5

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