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NYPD: Cops Nab Man Wanted for Attempted Rape of 21-year-old in Woodside

Aug. 5, 2018 By Christian Murray

The police have arrested a Florida man for allegedly trying to rape a 21-year-old woman outside her Woodside home in the early hours Friday.

Christopher Prusa, 34, of Lucie, Fla., was arrested and charged with attempted rape, attempted assault and stalking, among other charges, last night.

Prusa, according to police, allegedly grabbed the victim from behind at around 3:50 a.m. Aug. 3 in the vicinity of 55th Street and Queens Boulevard and pulled her toward him.

The victim was able to break free and run away.

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Sylva

He made me laugh for sure. May be they got the wrong guy. The video doesn’t prove anything

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Oil Beef Hooked

But I thought we scapegoated homeless and immigrants for all problems in this neighborhood? This doesn’t fit the narrative 🙁

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Me

What is this? A deleted scene from Taxi Driver? What is happening on QB at night? Looks like the bad old days.

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Flagship

Time to update the article:

Police initially investigated the case as an attempted rape but prosecutors ultimately charged him with stalking, attempted assault and harassment.

and

Ccops allegedly found three Ziplock bags of cocaine and one of pot, along with a marijuana pipe, in the center console of his Hyundai.

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Rick

Don’t know why you have the thumbs down, this guy is a creep for sure but {proving} first-degree attempted rape and unlawful imprisonment is going to be tough unless this cretin admits to such.

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Anonymous

Oh my!!! I know this guy from a dating site! He’s a stand up comedian and teacher.

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Anonymous

Oh my goodness!!! I know this guy from a dating site! He’s a stand up comedian and teacher.

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