Saturday, July 23, 2011

Central Park Groper Not Upper East Side Serial Groper - Cops

LITTLE PERSON OF INTEREST: Cops escort serial-groping suspect Eusebio Molina to the Central Park Precinct yesterday.
Cops escort groping suspect Eusebio Molina to the Central Park Precinct yesterday.
(Photo: David Mcglynn)


The man busted for grabbing a woman in Central Park yesterday is not the serial groper being sought by the police, cops said, according to the New York Daily News.

Eusebia Molina, 26, was arrested int he park after he ran up behind a 41-year-old jogger on the East Drive near 77th St. about 5:40 a.m. Police said he reached out and grabbed the woman's behind.

The suspect ran into the park's 38-acre Ramble, while the jogger reported the attach to the police. A sharp-eyed cop spotted a man fitting the attacker's description on the East Drive at the Transverse Road near the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Molina, of the Bronx, was charged with misdemeanor sexual abuse.

A police source said victims of the East Side groper, who has struck six times since Jan. 5, did not identify Molina as their attacker in the lineups.

Read More:

Cops Pinch Dope In Grope
New York Daily News - July 23, 2011 - By Bob Kappostatter

A Walk In The Park - July 22, 2011

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