In the alleged assault that followed, the 30-year-old former Marine and Iraq War veteran from Irvine allegedly gagged the woman with his fingers, choked her, and repeatedly slapped and punched her.
Orban allegedly rubbed the woman's face with his pistol and put the barrel of the gun in her mouth. Twice Orban threatened to kill her
, the woman told police.
As he allegedly raped the woman, Orban took several photos of the assault with his cell phone
, according to the report.
Before taking one photo, Orban told the woman to smile
because she was being photographed, according to the report.
A plea to the public for information about other potential rapes has yielded at least one promising investigative lead
, McBride said.
One of the incidents reported to police has "slight similarities" to Saturday's incident, McBride said.
The two men, friends since high school, ate lunch together at Chili's in Rancho Cucamonga, where they drank margaritas. Both men had their service weapons with them, Jelinek told police.
From there the men went to Boston's restaurant on Fourth Street. They shared a pitcher of beer there, and shared another pitcher at their next stop - GameWorks at Ontario Mills, Jelinek told police.
Shortly after 5 p.m., the men were in the parking lot outside Dave & Buster's, where the alleged victim was finishing a four-hour shift as a waitress.
When the men saw the waitress walking from the restaurant's entrance to her car, Orban said, "Let's go meet this chick,"
Jelinek told police.
The woman told police she saw Orban and Jelinek standing near the entrance to Dave and Buster's when she left, but paid them little notice on the way to her car, sending text messages as she walked.
She unlocked her SUV with a keyless remote when she approached. As she stood next to the driver's side front door, she heard a door open on the passenger side.
She told police she saw Orban holding a silver handgun at his waist. He pointed it at her and said, "Get in the car," she told police.
Jelinek said he stood nearby watching as his friend confronted the woman at gunpoint.
He asked Orban what he was doing, and Orban told him, "Don't worry about it," the woman told police.
Once the woman and Orban were in the car, the woman told police she pleaded with Orban and told him he could have anything he wanted if he let her go.
He replied by saying, "Just drive." He ordered her to drive toward her home, which she told him was in the High Desert, the woman told police.
Orban still held the handgun in his lap, and he and the woman talked about her child - the woman had a child's car seat in the back seat - and other personal details, she told police.
"As Orban continued to speak, he smiled at her and asked her if she was scared. The victim replied yes
," the police report says. "Orban then told the victim he would let her go, but she had to do something before he left."
Orban told the woman to perform oral sex on him, then ordered her to go into the back seat of her car, where Orban joined her by climbing between the two front seats, the woman told police.
Once there, Orban ordered the woman to undress, then sexually assaulted her for an hour
, according to an estimate the woman provided police.
At times during the assault, Orban would pause and play with his gun and take photos with his cell phone, the woman told police.
When police confiscated Jelinek's phone, they found photos of the assault that Orban sent him.
One photo was sent with a text message that read: "Look what I'm doing,"
according to the police report.
Orban received a phone call during the alleged assault, and as he talked to a man on the other end of the line he suddenly seemed to get scared, the woman told police.
He asked the alleged victim where they were and why she wasn't wearing any clothes,
the woman told police.
Orban told the woman to put on her clothes and apologized. He appeared to be "freaking out," the woman told police.
As the woman got dressed, Orban again stuck his fingers in the woman's throat and gagged and choked her
, the woman told police.
Once the woman was dressed, she fled while Orban was distracted by his phone.
She ran to a nearby liquor store and told employees to call police.
Orban called Jelinek and had him pick him up and a nearby gas station. He reportedly took the woman's car keys - Jelinek had them when he was arrested - and he left his gun in the woman's car.
The gun was Orban's service weapon, and his last name was engraved on it
, according to the police report.
Orban told Jelinek to erase the messages on his cell phone, Jelinek told police.
When Orban was interviewed after his arrest, he claimed he didn't remember the incident, the police report says.
"Due to Orban having trouble remembering anything that I was asking him about, no further questions were asked of him," a detective wrote.