2006_04_queensda.jpgYesterday, the Queens DA's office arraigned Darryl Littlejohn, the ex-con bouncer suspected of mudering grad student Imette St. Guillen in February, in the kidnapping and assault of a 19 year old in Queens last October (the woman got away). Littlejohn pleaded not guilty in the crime (the Post says he scowled), in which the handcuffs he allegedly used still had traces of his DNA. However, his lawyer questions why it took so long to trace the handcuff DNA to Littlejohn's DNA which had been in the system for years. The Daily News details the victim's ordeal (suggesting she could have been the first Imette) and how the Queens DA built the case.

You can read the Queens' DA indictment here (PDF).