In both attacks in which Naylor was charged earlier this month, the victims were accosted on the street.
In the 2006 attack, a 16-year-old girl was standing at a CTA bus stop in the 7500 block of South Lafayette Avenue about 4 p.m. when a man -- later identified by her as Naylor -- pulled up in a black car and honked his horn at her.
The man threatened her with a screwdriver, forced her into his vehicle and drove to an alley, where he assaulted her, authorities said.
In the 2008 attack, a 15-year-old girl was walking home from a friend's house at about 9:20 p.m. when she decided to detour to a store on Euclid Avenue near 74th Street and Clyde Avenue, a prosecutor said at Naylor's bond hearing.
A man -- again later identified by the victim as Naylor -- drove up in a black SUV and forced her into the vehicle. He drove to a nearby vacant and assaulted her there.