H-SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Jun 28, 2013 1:18 PM by Associated Press

Bomb threat maker gets more time for SoCal rapes in the 80's

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) - A man serving time for making Disneyland bomb threats has been sentenced to prison again for raping and robbing two Orange County women in the 1980s.

City News Service says 59-year-old James Camp was sentenced Thursday to six years and eight months. He was extradited in April and pleaded guilty earlier this month.

Prosecutors say the former Anaheim resident raped two women at knifepoint in 1980 and 1981. He met the women through classified ads they placed to rent an apartment and sell patio furniture.

Camp spent nearly three decades behind bars for raping another woman in Louisiana and in 2011 he got five years for the Disneyland threats. He must complete that federal sentence in Arizona before starting his California sentence next year.

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