East Coast Fugitives

Alleged Sexual Assault Suspect Has Been Identified and Arrested

ID #20-210 Alleged Sexual Assault Suspect
ID #20-210 Alleged Sexual Assault Suspect

Alleged Sexual Assault Suspect Has Been Identified and Arrested

ID #20-210

ID #20-210 Alleged Sexual Assault Suspect

ID #20-210 Alleged Sexual Assault Suspect

Police arrested a man Saturday who allegedly tried to rape a woman in the Bronx Friday on east 210th Street in Norwood.

“Authorities say that man is 25-year old Michael Rosa. He was arrested and charged with several counts, including attempted rape, strangulation and assault,” according to ABC 7.

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Video footage of the incident reportedly showed Rosa drag a 27-year-old woman into a building and throw her on the floor then repeatedly punch her in the face as he tried to remove her clothes.

“Police say the victim screamed and was able to fend off the attack before Rosa fled the scene. The woman was taken to the hospital and treated for bruises on her face and arms,” CBS New York reported.

Sunday morning, the New York Police Department shared a photo of the suspect and thanked residents for their help in identifying him.

Over the last month, murder has jumped more than 94 percent compared to the same time last year. Burglaries — now that suspects can be freed without paying bail — have increased almost 34 percent in the last month compared to 2019.

Grand larceny auto, whereby suspects likewise are freed now without having to pay bail, has also become the fastest growing crime in New York City.

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