Man arrested for attempted sexual assault of woman waiting in car in Pasadena

PASADENA >> A man tried to force himself on a young woman by threatening to falsely report her for drunken driving Saturday before the woman flagged down a passing police officer, who arrested the suspect, authorities said.
Dishaun Alboulatifoy, 37, of Pasadena is accused of attempted sexual assault in connection with the failed crime, which took place about 3:10 a.m. in the 200 block of East Orange Grove Boulevard, Pasadena police Lt. Jesse Carrillo said.
The victim, a woman in her late-teens, was sitting in the driver seat of a car as she waited for her boyfriend, Carrillo said.
Alboulatifoy, who was believed to be drunk, reached through a partially opened passenger-side window to unlock and open the door, the lieutenant said. The suspect got into the passenger seat and told the woman if she did not provide him with a sexual favor, he would call the police and report she was a drunken driver.
Fortunately, Carrillo said, a police car happened by and the woman flagged the officer down and explained what had happened. Police arrested Alboulatifoy. The woman was not intoxicated.

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LA County health inspector under investigation for sex assault at Pomona Bakery

Here’s the video that basically tells the whole story:

Pomona cops are investigating — and the alleged pervert has been placed on unpaid leave as of this afternoon, offiicials said.
Here’s Tom Himes’ story on the assault:

POMONA — The owner of a Pomona bakery says a Los Angeles County health inspector sexually assaulted her during a compliance check late last month in an ordeal captured by surveillance cameras.

The woman says health inspector Magdy Tawadros used his county position and the guise of a health inspection to intimidate and grope her in a back room of her business on March 24.

“I didn’t know what to do,” said the 45-year-old woman, whose name and place of business are withheld to protect her identity. “I was afraid I would get a bad grade on the inspection. I felt helpless.”

The woman filed a claim for damage with Los Angeles County on April 1 seeking up to $10 million in damages.

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