Police: Hudson Valley Man Pinched Child’s Buttocks at Marshall’s
A Hudson Valley man is accused of pinching a young child's buttocks at a local department store and asking the child to follow him around the store.
New York State Police from Brewster announced on Monday the arrest of 43-year-old Jaroslav Kiskas of Southeast for forcible touching.
On May 26, 2018, troopers received a complaint of an unidentified male pinching the buttocks of a child under the age of 7-years-old, and asking the child to follow him while in Marshalls in the town of Southeast, police say.
Following an investigation, police eventually identified the man as Kiskas and arrested him. Authorities didn't go into details about how their investigation led to the allegation.
Kiskas was processed without incident and issued an appearance ticket returnable to the town of Southeast Court on June 26.
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