A man was arrested Thursday for an alleged string of sexual assaults throughout Manhattan.
“I didn’t didn’t do it, bro,” 31-year-old Kenneth Miller told amNewYork Metro as he was escorted out of the Special Victims Unit on 135 Center Street.
Police believe Miller is responsible for a slew of sexual assaults throughout the month. The first of which occurred on Sept. 14 when a 28-year-old woman was jogging through Fort Washington Park at around 12:30 pm when allegedly Miller stated he had a gun and forced the victim to lay on the ground as he fondled her buttocks.
The second incident occurred on Sept. 18 around the same time, 12:30 pm, when a 22-year-old female was jogging through Hudson River Greenway Trail when Miller allegedly approached her and grabbed her buttocks.
The third, and most recently reported, encounter occurred at 10:50 am as a 35-year-old female was jogging through Fort Tyron Park on Sept. 24 when Miller allegedly grabbed her by the hair, pulling her behind a tree and repeatedly punching her and sexually assaulting her while displaying a knife. He stole her phone and watch.
Miller has been charged with sexual assault, robbery and forceable touching. Sources close to the investigation state that Miller is also wanted for attempted murder after shooting a man in the leg.
Note: The original article contained initially inaccurate information, which has now been correctly updated. We regret this error.