“was wanted in at least two other recent sexual assaults and has 25 prior arrests, according to the NYPD”
A female jogger in her 40s was assaulted, raped, and robbed in New York City this week by a homeless man who is also a repeat offender with 25 prior arrests.
This is another example of the massive crime problem in New York that Democrat leaders in the city and state insist isn’t happening.
FOX News reports:
NYC homeless man arrested in jogger’s sexual assault is alleged serial rapist with 25 priors
A homeless man arrested for allegedly choking a woman partially unconscious and sexually assaulting her while she jogged in New York City’s West Village on Thursday morning was wanted in at least two other recent sexual assaults and has 25 prior arrests, according to the NYPD.
Carl Phanor, 29, was arrested on Thursday afternoon and charged with predatory sexual assault, criminal sex act, strangulation, robbery, and grand larceny.
He is accused of attacking a 43-year-old woman while she jogged around 5:30 a.m. on Thursday near West Street and Pier 45, knocking her to the pavement and choking the victim before raping her.
According to WABC-TV, the suspect then approached another female jogger who called 911. She was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
Police picked up Phanor at Port Authority later in the morning after he allegedly used the victim’s credit card at a Midtown Target department store.
How many more chances should Mr. Phanor get before he is locked up for a very long time?
— CBS New York (@CBSNewYork) November 3, 2022
This report on some of Phanor’s previous crimes is from two weeks ago:
Now would be a good time to review this viral moment from the New York governor debate between Lee Zeldin and Kathy Hochul:
.@leezeldin: "She still hasn’t talked about locking up anyone committing any crimes.”
Democrat Kathy Hochul: "I don’t know why that’s so important to you.” pic.twitter.com/Cz6VTMSQzk
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 26, 2022
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