Charges announced in two cold case rapes dating back to 1998, 2002

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Authorities Monday announced charges in the rapes of two females, dating back to 1998 and 2002.

A $10,000 reward was offered for Daniel Fridley, 48, in the vicious rape of a visually impaired woman in 2002.

He faces charges of rape, attempted rape, kidnapping and felonious assault.

He could be sentenced to 114 years to life.

The woman was 52, and it happened while she was walking after getting off of a bus.

Darryl Williams is accused of raping a 16-year-old on her way to school in 1998.

He was arrested the next year in two additional rapes and is currently in prison.

He has two more years left in a 20-year sentence.

He now faces charges of rape, gross sexual imposition, kidnapping, and aggravated robbery. He could face 129 years to life in prison.