Rodney McIntyre, accused of killing his teenage daughter, Ebony Franklin, in November, has an extensive prior record and spent time in and out of prison from the early ‘90s through the mid-naughts, according to court documents.
His arrest record dates back to 1983 and includes convictions in a string of misdemeanors and felonies including attempted robbery, assault with a deadly weapon and drug charges.
Most recently, in 2005 he was convicted for threatening to injure a person. He was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for that charge.
There is no record of McIntyre being arrested on a sex crime charge in D.C.
McIntyre is due in court tomorrow to be presented with the murder charge.