PEKIN, Ind. -- A U.S. Census worker has been charged with rape and burglary, after two women claim they were attacked.
One of the victims was a 21 year-old physically handicapped woman.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 39 year-old Daniel Miller had been with the agency for two weeks.
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The attack occurred Saturday morning in Pekin, Indiana in Washington County.
Police said the man broke in while a mother and daughter slept and attacked them.
The attacker left his blue jeans, T-shirt, underwear, boots and wallet with his driver's license in the woman's bedroom, authorities said.
Police said they found Miller five hours later at his apartment, naked and with a blood-alcohol level of 0.03, reports WHAS-11, a Louisville, Ky., television station.
Police said Miller visited the 21-year-old's home four days earlier as part of his job with the Census Bureau.
Four days before the attack, neighbors in the area say they saw Miller in the area on census business.
The victim told police Miller had asked about their census information.
She said they had already submitted the form.
She also told police that Miller stuck around and tried to get more details.
"It's unbelievable that somebody could do something like that and not have a conscience and worry about it," said resident Debbie Bishop.
Miller was taken to the Washington County Detention Center, held on a $150,000 bond.
In a separate incident in Texas, three men who said they were census workers barged into a Houston home the afternoon of May 8 and stabbed the owner, Reginald Keith Haynes, to death.
The attack began when the victim's son answered the door.
He and his girlfriend were tied up while the attackers ransacked the house, authorities said.
Haynes' wife came home later and was also tied up.
When Haynes got home, he was ambushed.
The intruders dunked his head underwater in a bathtub before stabbing him, reports the Houston Chronicle.
The attack didn't end until nearly four hours later.
There are about 635,000 U.S. Census workers currently going door to door counting Americans who did not return their surveys.
They will carry white badges with blue writing. The badges do not have photos.
Census workers should also be carrying black canvas shoulder bags and brochures printed in 51 languages.
If asked, the census takers are supposed to give you a supervisor's number to call.