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Boston security guard accused of indecent assault to appear in court

20 Novembre 2017

A 26-year-old Randolph man who works as a security guard is accused of impersonating a police officer and assaulting a woman in the North End.

Police were called to the Hanover Street area of Boston around 2:30 a.m. Friday for a report of an incident assault.

The woman, who thought Brown was a police officer, obeyed him when he ordered her to pull down her trousers to check for weapons, at which point he allegedly groped and kissed her, prosecutors said.

Police say Brown led the victim a short distance then attempted to assault her.

Brown is expected in court Monday for an arraignment. "The suspect asked her to strip, the victim pulled her trousers down to her knees, exposing her underwear". Police were able to see the encounter on nearby security footage, Megrian said, and a manager at a downtown Boston security firm identified Brown as the suspect in the footage.

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The woman told police Brown approached her from behind as she was entering her building.

"The defendant demanded an ID from the victim and told her she was under investigation", the prosecutor said.

According to court documents, Brown asked a woman to strip for him so he could search her for weapons.

In court, prosecutors said Brown admitted to following a woman from Faneuil Hall but that he denies the charges.

Brown was ordered to be held on $5,000 cash bail and is due back on December 18.

Boston security guard accused of indecent assault to appear in court