Richmond County sheriff’s Sgt. Dan Carrier said authorities were called to Second Avenue about 4:30 a.m. Saturday after a man broke into the victim’s home and raped her.
Police said the victim recognized the rapist as a man often seen in the neighborhood and identified him to officers.
Benjamin Jenkins, 31, of Barry Drive, was found with more than 30 1-gram packs of marijuana tucked into his underwear.
Jenkins was charged with burglary, rape and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.