San Francisco Bay Area Sex Crime

Matthew Hann a Suspect Arrested in Connection to a Sexual Assault in 2018

Matthew Hann a suspect has been arrested in connection to a sexual assault case in June of 2018, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office. Officials arrested 22-year-old Matthew Hann from Half Moon Bay at his home on Friday. Last summer, the victim had reported to authorities that she was assaulted by an unknown man as she was walking her dog on the Coast Side Trail.

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Officials say the 15-year-old was finally able to fight off the suspect and run away. An investigation was started, however, authorities did not have enough information to identify the man. Recently, the teenage girl saw an article about a sexual assault involving Hann, whom she immediately recognized as the man you assaulted her. This led to Hann’s arrest for assault with intent to commit rape and sexual penetration with force on a minor.

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